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  1. Jan 07,  · The man behind The Fiction Aisle is Thomas White, a Brighton musician who is nothing if not prolific. A key member of Electric Soft Parade and Brakes, he has also made solo forays in the past. Heart Map Rubric, however, mostly veers away from his psyche and indie side.4/5.
  2. Heart Map Rubric, an album by The Fiction Aisle on Spotify. The Colour Of Morning. 9. Outskirts. New Year's Day. Jupiter, Florida. Fuchsia Days. Gone Today. Memory. Some Things Never Die. More The Fiction Aisle. Listen to Heart Map Rubric now. Listen to Heart Map Rubric in full in the Spotify app. Play on.
  3. It's epic, progressive pop of the highest level. The Fiction Aisle released their debut album, Heart Map Rubric, late in on Thomas's own label imprint (Chord Orchard), garnering 6Music's attention alongside a slew of glowing reviews for both the album and their live shows.
  4. Nov 13,  · Discogs で The Fiction Aisle - Heart Map Rubric に関するリリース、レビュー、クレジット、楽曲などを発見し、The Fiction Aisle のコレクションを完成させましょう。/5(7).
  5. Heart Map Rubric, however, mostly veers away from his psyche and indie side. It’s the first output from White’s new nine-piece collective, fired up by his rediscovery of Sinatra and the personal rollercoaster he’s been on since he came out as a gay man a few years ago.
  6. Jan 06,  · Artist: The Fiction Aisle Album Title: Heart Map Rubric Year Of Release: Producer: Thomas White About The Album: “The past becomes a chain, hanging down around my neck.” (Blue) “As tears roll down and wash away the blood and the dirt.” (Outskirts) “One by one, every one you’ve ever known is going to go, nothing is sure.” (Each & Every One).
  7. The Colour Of Morning - The Fiction Aisle. Disc: 3 1. Outskirts 2. New Year's Day progressive pop of the highest level. The Fiction Aisle released their debut album, Heart Map Rubric, late in on Thomas's own label imprint (Chord Orchard), garnering 6Music's attention alongside a slew of glowing reviews for both the album and their live.
  8. Oct 28,  · “Heart Map Rubric”, the new album from Brighton, UK outfit The Fiction Aisle, is that smooth easy going type of music that you want to listen to live in a private club with your Stinger on the rocks and a Davidoff Escurio slow burning in the “old school” brass ashtray on the one hundred year old oak table finely worn by the countless patrons enjoying the timeless legacy of tunes brought to .

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