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Peter Stringer-Hye: Sunday girls (Ep, Trouble in Mind Records, 2015)

El Ep de debut de Peter Stringer-Hye es todo un descubrimiento: una maravillosa expresión del mejor Pop-Folk con ciertos aires incluso Country. Evidentemente, es imposible negar la influencia de Gram Parsons, pero, por qué no, podemos rastrear la huella de un injustamente algo apartado Evan Dando y evidentemente a bandas como Wilco. Por cierto, se me olvidaba decir que Peter viene de Nashville. Creo que con eso está todo dicho…

“Peter Stringer-Hye hails from Nashville, TN – a town that is no stranger to music. Having cut his teeth in local garage & psychedelic bands such as Promised Land Sound, D. Watusi & (Trouble In Mind alums) The Paperhead, Stringer-Hye takes a side step, revealing a strong caché of solo material with his debut solo release, the “Sunday Girls” EP. Kicking off with the title track, “Sunday Girls” bops along familiar territory for Stringer-Hye, conjuring up whispers of UK popsike as well as late-Sixties folk & Americana, punctuated by a stinging guitar solo.“When My Eyes Are Closed” ends the first side; a wistful folk-rocker, whose jangling guitars hearken across decades of music from the late Sixties, thru the present day. Side B kicks off with “Girl With No Name”,loping off the grooves with a sensitive grace, before Stringer-Hye launches into a solo worthy of the hottest of Nashville session players. The EP closes with “Throw Away The Day”, a fitting ender & a jaunty country rocker with hope & yearning for the future & the possibilities it holds. Expect big things from Stringer-Hye in 2016” (Press)

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11 junio, 2016 Posted by | Peter Stringer-Hye | Deja un comentario


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