Peter Oren - "Throw Down" by Western Vinyl published on 2017-10-20T17:00:15Z From the full-length album Anthropocene by Peter Oren. Available November 10, 2017 from Western Vinyl Pre-Order Anthropocene iTunes hyperurl.co/q0tus4 Bandcamp https://peteroren.bandcamp.com/album/anthropocene WV http://westernvinyl.com/shop/wv159 PETER OREN Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peter_oren/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peterorenmusic Twitter https://twitter.com/PeterOrenMusic Indiana-born, everywhere-based singer-songwriter Peter Oren possesses a remarkable singing voice, low and deep and richly textured: as solid as a glacier, as big as a mountain. It rumbles in your conscience, a righteous sound that marks him as an artist for our tumultuous times, when sanity seems absent from popular discussions. The songs on Anthropocene are direct and poetic, outraged and measured, taking in the entire fucked-up world from his fixed point of view. Oren attracted the attention of Ken Coomer, the former drummer for Wilco and a producer in Nashville. Together, the duo assembled a backing band featuring some of the city’s finest session musicians, including keyboard player Michael Webb (John Fogerty), singer Maureen Murphy (Zac Brown Band), and guitarists Sam Wilson (Sons of Bill) and Laur Jaomets (Sturgill Simpson). On Anthropocene they provide stately backing for Oren’s songs, with drips of pedal steel and quivers of strings subtly reinforcing his observations about the state of the world.