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Charles Howl: I love you 47 (Ample Play, Single, 2015)

Otro adelanto del que sin duda va a ser uno de mis discos del 2015: el debut de Charles Howl, que se titulará Sir Vices. Está editado por el siempre interesante sello Ample Play Records.

Marc Riley thinks they are ‘Sonic attack with soul,’ and we think their debut album ‘Sir Vices’ is top ranking.  ‘I love you 47’ is the free track from it, but we could have chosen any track to stage the quality of it.

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19 mayo, 2015 Posted by | Charles Howl | Deja un comentario

Close Lobsters: A prophecy (Fire Records, Single-Reissue, 2015)

“As one of Fire’s earliest signings, Close Lobsters stormed up the indie charts with their unique melodic jangle pop and skewed world-view. Their debut “Going To Heaven To See If It Rains” announced the band with a top ten bang, and they never looked back. By the release of their first full length “Foxheads Stalk This Land”, produced by John Rivers (Love and Rockets, Felt), they were finding early backing from all of the music papers, as well as Rolling Stone and American college radio. Global touring and a more aggressive stance, lyrically and musically, would make the Phil Vinall (Radiohead, Elastica) produced follow up “Headache Rhetoric” a bigger success and signalled an interesting direction for the future. However, soon after the band would cease recording” (Fire Records)

19 mayo, 2015 Posted by | Close Lobsters | Deja un comentario

   

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