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the paper raincoat

Best of the Year #2, View, Listen and Download

12.20.2009
Our favorite Luxury Wafers sessions with indie musicians in 2009

This selection comes from Amanda Lemieux, who has been with Luxury Wafers as a videographer, video editor and all-around good-viber since she moved to LA from the east coast about a year ago. From #12 to her numero uno, the songs are listed below as mp3s or videos with links to the original sessions for [...]

Summertime, Looking Back & A Luxury Mixed Dozen – 12 Exclusive Takeaway mp3s

06.22.2009

It’s official: school’s out for the summer. Friday marked the last day for our (former) 3rd grader. The year, with all of its dizzying whirlwind growth, sticky crushes, new friendships, exciting firsts and occasional disappointments, came and went about as quickly as the gardenias outside our kitchen window recently burst into fragrant blossom and then [...]

Luxury Wafers Exclusive: The Paper Raincoat, Live@Chessvolt Studios

05.16.2009
Paper Raincoat at Chessvolt Recording Studio in Los Angeles during their exclusive Luxury Wafers video session

If you’ve ever been on Myspace, chances are you’ve seen Amber Rubarth. It seemed for a while she was a little bit of everywhere, gently wheedling her way into my subconscious, making an impression around the time Colbie Caillat splashed on the scene, similarly fresh with sunshine and cute as a button with an adorable [...]

The Paper Raincoat New Video: Rewind, A Capella

05.12.2009

Clever and memorable, The Paper Raincoat records a brilliant a capella performance of Rewind, Live@Chessvolt Studios in Los Angeles. The Paper Raincoat – Luxury Wafers Sessions – Rewind from Luxury Wafers on Vimeo.

Premature Trackulation: The Paper Raincoat, Rewind

04.07.2009

The Paper Raincoat is the quirky progeny of Brooklyn songwriters Amber Rubarth and Alex Wong. Their storyline developed around a central character (Grace) has blossomed into a string of songs told by the pair in narration of the character’s interface with and experiences in the world. The danger of a project such as this is [...]