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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

NEWS:Loads of new songs to listen to this month - 30 hours of great shows

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Eiyn Sof

Eiyn Sof
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Eiyn Sof is Melissa Boraski, who was a contemporary gospel singer in her teens but defected from the church in her early 20's to played in numerous bands in and around Toronto, Canada. She is currently a stay-at-home mother of two, and has completed Eiyn Sof's debut full-length record, titled 'Bloodstreams', released on Blue Fog Recordings. Release date: October 5, 2010.

Contributors to 'Bloodstreams' are Dan Allen (extra guitars), Roan Bateman (package design, extra guitars, trumpet), Michelle Breslin (clarinet), Bob Egan (pedal steel), Katie Iarocci (piano on 'Found Myself Running', vibraphone, flute), Steve Keeping (drums on 'Whatever You Think Of Me' and 'Sparrow'), Stephanie Lipinski (bass), and Rick White (drum on 'Found Myself Running', bass and drums on 'Railway Trax'). White, (of Eric's Trip, Elevator, The Unintended), mixed 'Bloodstreams' at Elder Schoolhouse.

Eiyn Sof's only past releases consist of two 3'"CDR's of material that could be loosely described as a blending of ethereal swarmings and chimings, with some more playful sounds, all set in the context of very short (on average, 1 minute in length), songs.
The CDR's, 'Eiyn Sof- s/t', and 'Eiyn Sof: Level 2', (2007 and 2008, Under See Recordings) were sold-out. Boraski has no current plans to re-release them at any point.

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