On December 18, GRAMMY Award-nominated producer/songwriter/performer Maggie Rogers will release Notes from the Archive: Recordings 2011 – 2016 – a 16-track retrospective featuring newly remastered versions of her nascent material, including six never-before-heard songs. Set to be the first release on Roger’s own record label, Debay Sounds via Caroline, this special collection closely documents the artistic evolution experienced on the way to creating her acclaimed debut on Capitol Records/Universal Music, Heard It In A Past Life.
Today, Rogers shares a self-narrated visual to introduce Notes from the Archive and reveal the inspiration behind the project. As Rogers explains in the video, Notes from the Archive took shape from a period of intense reflection on her path as an artist. // Continue to the full article