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Cortlandt Alley - "Dust (and Honey)"

Cortlandt Alley's track "Dust (and Honey)" is a unique blend of music and poetry that is sure to captivate listeners. This song was written in a single evening in Alpine, CA, where the two members of Cortlandt Alley started with C minor and just started playing. The end result was a beautiful song that they felt like they needed to create.

The music itself is difficult to describe, as it doesn't fit neatly into any one genre. It's an eclectic mix of styles that comes together to form something completely unique. The lyrics are poetic and thought-provoking, with a depth and complexity that is rare in modern music.

One of the standout elements of "Dust (and Honey)" is the way the music and poetry work together to create a cohesive whole. The music provides a beautiful backdrop for the lyrics, which in turn add depth and emotion to the music. It's a true collaboration that shows how much these two artists have to offer.

Cortlandt Alley is made up of producer/songwriter JP Anderson (of Rabbit Junk) and poet/songwriter Drew Dillhunt. Their unique blend of music and poetry is a testament to their individual talents and their ability to work together to create something truly special. "Dust (and Honey)" is just one example of the incredible music they are capable of creating.


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