composer, singer, songwriter

Every Day Is the Same Day

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Every Day Is the Same Day EP (2010)

“a set of spare, earnest and—dare we say it—charming songs about depression” -Time Out New York

“Corey Dargel’s… involved, delicately refined instrumental writing…is offset by his arch, cabaret-tinged vocal style and the quirkiness of his texts…and, typically, he ma[kes] the grisly seem oddly charming.” -New York Times

“Dargel’s fierce ruminations on death are accompanied by the ecstatic violin loops of Cornelius Dufallo, a truly wonderful eight minutes of music. It’s Kafka Fragments for the SoHo crowd.” -Seated Ovation

“a bite-sized work of art that will get lodged in your brain for the next year” -Daniel Stephen Johnson

Corey Dargel’s Every Day Is the Same Day — scored for voice, violin, and digital looping, and performed by Dargel and Cornelius Dufallo — presents worst-case scenarios as possible solutions for boredom and loneliness. This free EP represents the beginning of what will eventually be an evening-length song cycle about clinical depression (yay! & cue drum machines!).

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Corey Dargel does vocals and production
Cornelius Dufallo does violin and digital looping
words and music ©2011 Automatic Heartbreak (ASCAP)

01. On This Date Every Year (3’16″)
02. You Can Say a Prayer (2’53″)
03. The Opposite of Love (3’01″)

If you enjoy these free downloads, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support Corey Dargel’s current and future work.