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Summer Fiction

Summer Fiction may be the music task of Brooklyn-based vocalist/songwriter Costs Ricchini. The Philadelphia indigenous released a set of critically acclaimed single information for Sony’s Transdreamer imprint in 2001 and 2005 before moving his concentrate to the summertime Fiction project this year 2010. Heavily affected from the orchestrated noises of the Seaside Boys, the Remaining Banke, and additional lush ’60s pop organizations, Ricchini recorded Summer season Fiction’s self-titled debut in sleeping rooms, studios, and basements around Philadelphia. Self-released in 2011, the 11-music album loosely comes after the idea of a girl’s coming old. The task was critically lauded and many tracks received placements in film and tv, especially, ABC’s strike series Revenge as well as the indie film Protection Not Guaranteed. Dealing with co-producer Brian Christinzio (BC Camplight), Ricchini came back in 2015 with Summer season Fiction’s sophomore LP Himalaya. Timothy Monger

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