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Carrigan Young Men Never Die

November 17, 2008

Young Men Never Die is a major achievement for its creators

an ambitious collection of tunes rich with detail and ingenuity.

     Seven Days


With 10 songs and 52 minutes of gorgeous music, it’s an indie

album not to be missed this year. – Decoy Music


Brilliant. 9 out of 10 – Music Scan


Los Angeles, CA- Carrigan has emerged with an unprecedented release.


Formed in the idyllic hills of northern Vermont, this remarkable duo has evolved from wall-of-guitar inflected instrumental experimentation to vocally driven songwriting over washes of atmospheric textures, orchestrated samples, and progressive rhythmic structures. Singer and musical architect Zack Martin gives you a dark, eccentric glimpse into the back-corners of his psyche.


When not creating scores to such film and media pieces as The Way We Get By (in production) and India: A New life (PBS), Martin is holed-up in his Providence, RI based home-studio, crafting the next luminous masterpiece.


Young Men Never Die, formerly self-released, is the debut full-length from Carrigan in-stores November 18, 2008. Prepare to be enlightened as Carrigan gives you a taste with their exclusive digital single titled Sunshine Through the Waves, now available on iTunes.


Carrigan recorded over several years in a variety of environments and spaces throughout the city of Burlington, VT. With a perfectly orchestrated collection of songs woven together with seamless soundscapes, Carrigan gives you a record to be unconditionally embraced from front to back.

For CD’s, MP3’s Interviews etc..
Cristina Parker/ NoIseNY / / 917.684.0452/o. 818.836.6030


One Comment leave one →
  1. December 12, 2008 8:24 pm

    Played Carrigan on my latest show. Check it out at

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