New Album Available Now!

In an age when “tracks” have overtaken the art of the album, Garrin Benfield announces the release of “The Wave Organ Song”, a hauntingly honest song cycle that captures an artist who has tapped into a wellspring of inspiration. “The Wave Organ Song” is a perfectly paced musical journey that might best be accompanied by candlelight and a bottle of Pinot Noir. Lovingly recorded to capture every breathy nuance, this collection of in-studio solo performances is an unadorned and chillingly intimate emotional travelogue.  more...

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Live Show Reviews by Garrin

Over the last few years I have gotten back into writing about music. So far, this has taken the form of live show reviews of my jam band obsessions, Phish and the surviving members of the Grateful Dead. Here are a few, published on and


From Mohammed | On October 06, 2013 @04:30 am
I absolutely lurvuuuue that two of my very best friends in the entire universe are making wedding magic happen! Hooray for Amy and Pam at Details and HOOOORAY for Sarah and Grant! All Sorts of Love,Your Number One Fan.
From Mary | On September 10, 2013 @12:53 pm
Oh, I so totally dug that cover! I haven't leistned to the rest of the album yet, but I liked what OCEANLANE did with that song. I noticed a few of their releases are on iTunes US but not the covers album.
From Asliddin | On August 02, 2013 @01:40 pm
I am sorry, but this makes no sense whatsoever.If you want to cotpmue welfare impacts, do a proper npv analysis.If you want to get a sense of how hard the agricultural sector is hit, look how much of gdp in each year came from ag, and then express the loss as percentage of that.The only thing you are picking up with your numbers is that other sectors of the economy expanded a great deal since the last droughts. While agricultural production grew since the 80s in absolute terms, its share in gdp is smaller because other sectors grew even faster.

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