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The Hempolics' blend of reggae, hip-hop, dancehall and pop. The album is a masterful culmination of The Hempolics musical development, drawing together the strength of their unique influences in what is one of the most captivating releases of the year. Toggle navigation Previous Week.
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Limited Edition double LP pressed on blue vinyl. Dirty Projectors begin a new chapter with the release of Windows Open. These four songs are laidback and yearning, poetic and a bit whimsical. Maia Friedman sings lead on all of Windows Open. The music was written, produced and mixed by Dave Longstreth, who co-wrote the words with Maia. The set list includes all of the band's biggest hits including "Glycerine," "Machinehead," "Comedown," "Everything Zen" and much more!
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They have toured the world extensively, with sold out shows in Europe, the UK, and the United States. The deluxe CD includes the full album, as well as 3 acoustic tracks and 3 featured versions. The fourth album by Nashville-based Sunshine Pop band. Early critical acclaim led to placements in film, television and advertising, as well as favorable press in both print and online.
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After years spent looking out at landscapes and loved ones and an increasingly unstable world, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever have turned their gaze inward, to their individual pasts and the places that inform them, on their second full-length, Sideways to New Italy.
Led by singer-songwriter-guitarists Tom Russo, Joe White and Fran Keaney, the guitar-pop five-piece returned home to Australia after the relentless touring schedule that came following their critically regarded debut Hope Downs.
Feeling the literal and metaphorical ground under their feet had shifted, the band began grasping for something reliable.
For Keaney, that translated into writing "pure romantic fiction" and consciously avoiding the temptation of angsty break-up songs, while Russo looked north to a "bizarre place" that captured the feeling of manufacturing a sense of home when his own had disappeared. A blink-and-you'll-miss-it pit-stop of a place with fewer than residents, it was founded by Venetian immigrants in the lates and now serves as something of a living monument to Italians' contribution to Australia, with replica Roman statues dotted like alien souvenirs on the otherwise rural landscape.
The parallels to the way the band attempted to maintain connections and create familiarity during their disorienting time on the road was apparent to Russo. Vinyl LP pressing. Following a live tour, when Hawkwind opened their own shows with an acoustic set, the band went into the studio and recorded Acoustic Daze, acoustic versions of some classic Hawkwind tracks.
The 50th Anniversary celebrations have already seen Hawkwind headline the acoustic stage at Glastonbury and headline the metal festival Graspop in Belgium, alongside a host of other UK and European festivals.
Nebula does the transcendental stuff well and Romano uses his gong judiciously , but the band is best when it plays fast and loud. On a song such as "Come Down," Nebula actually does what few '90s bands have ever done, chemically enhanced or not: It achieves true heaviness. After the song's simple three-note syncopated intro doubles back on itself, Glass scratches his guitar pick down his strings before singing the hurried lyrics.
And it's during those one and a half seconds, the time it takes for Glass's pick to travel a few inches, that Nebula is the heaviest band on earth. Not since Ritchie Blackmore's days with Deep Purple has the simple gesture of pick scratching been used so perfectly. Over Romano's crisp drum work, which alternates between double-time stomp and triple fills, Glass rocks a rather complicated, Sabbathian riff on high fuzz.
His voice sounds as if he's singing with the microphone in his mouth. The song's so pre-metal, so '00s, you can almost see its music video now: the three guys from Nebula jamming, superimposed on a tie-died backdrop as the camera zooms in and out real fast.
And it's this return again and again to time-worn rock tactics that makes To the Center a triple instead of a heavy-metal home run. While this trio obviously knows that little accents e.
Glass's guitar playing is often reduced to filler which is okay for The Who or U2, but not for a band descended directly from Sabbath and UFO.Happy Daze Volume 2 - VARIOUS Happy Daze (UK Indie Compilation ) vinyl LP - faugladtauscinagcirsinglenmaerisdeansti.xyzinfo Music.