New Review From A Closer Listen

Truly grateful to James Catchpole for the very kind words:


The First Review Is In…

A fantastic review of “Somewhere The Sun Shines Brightly” from Harry Towell at Audio Gourmet.  Genuinely honored!

Some kind words from Ryan Potts at Experimedia

Much like Danny Paul Grody’s excursions built on a ruminating acoustic guitar, Darwin Raymond’s new addition to the Analog Path CD-R label is a heady mix of warmth and nostalgia. On “Somewhere the Sun Shines Brightly” Raymond is always a guitarist first, but he manages to alternate the approach with atmosphere-heavy drones that are weathered and faded in appearance. The album doesn’t stray too far in either direction given its concise 40 minute run time, but the hazy, memory-induced songs are consistently inviting and ably constructed. The best material on “Somewhere the Sun Shines Brightly” is when both styles – forlorn acoustics and vaporous ambience – are joined, such as on the title track and “Like Us, There, Then.” – Ryan Potts, Experimedia

Somewhere The Sun Shines Brightly Now Available and Stashed Goods and Experimedia!

For my friends in the UK and the US, you can now pick up copies of my Analogpath cd-r at both Stashed Goods and Experimedia!  Thanks to everyone for their support and for stocking the release.

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“Somewhere The Sun Shines Brightly” is now available!

Now available from Analog Path records in Japan and limited to 100 copies!  You can pick one up here:



Coming Soon from Analog Path:



Somewhere The Sun Shines Brightly on East Village Radio!

Very honored to have my song “Somewhere The Sun Shines Brightly” from the upcoming Analogpath release lead off East Village Radio’s “Just Music” show last night! Many thanks to Jeff Conklin for the play and the very, very kind works!  You can take a listen here: