As mentioned in the previous post, I had a great time checking out bands at the 2014 Goldrush Festival in Denver. I arrived a bit late but was fortunate enough to walk in during Braeyden Jae’s set and catch the majority of it. After being swept away by his performance, I knew I needed to hear more, so lucky for me, we were introduced and he graciously presented me with his cassette, Heaven House.
Heaven House begins unabashedly and instantly with a cascading wall of guitar drone. It’s fucking loud. Then it gets louder. It’s intense but it’s not overwhelming. The swells in the sound are subtle but apparent - not like some drone where the tone is changing so slowly that you barely recognize it which can make the tracks feel way too long. This is spot on perfect. I definitely want more from Braeyden Jae other than just this cassette - let’s hope that happens.
Heaven House was released by Patient Sounds and is now (sadly for you) sold out but you can still (luckily for you) acquire a digital version from Braeyden Jae’s Bandcamp page.