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Longwave - There's A Fire

Longwave - There's A Fire

Model: CD
Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
Prijs: € 9,50 (EUR)
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CD: 82876
RELEASED: 2005
LABEL: RCA

01. There's A Fire
02. Underworld Song
03. River (Depot Song)
04. The Flood
05. Tell Me I'm Wrong
06. Heart Attack
07. Dancing In The Light
08. We're Not Gonna Grack
09. Down In Here
10. Fall on Every Whim
11. Next Plateau
12. Underneath You Know The Names

A couple of years ago when bands like Interpol and the Strokes were turning into household names and once again making the post-punk era a hot spot for indie rock bands, there were other groups that seemed to fall through the cracks; one of those bands would be Longwave, founded in 1999 by frontman Steve Schlitz. They released their first album in 2000, Endsongs, and followed it up with2003's earnest The Strangest Things. With their space rock influences from legends like U2, Psychedelic Furs and Television, there is no reason Longwave shouldn’t be at the forefront of the New York music movement. Their third full length record has been produced by John Leckie, who has helped Radiohead and Stone Roses make fabulous records. The songs on their new album are a pastiche of their diverse style that comes off as more psychedelic on this album than on The Strangest Things, which was equally impressive with its plaintive lyrics and arrangements. “Life of the Party” begins with slight drum glitches and Steve’s distorted voice, which is akin to Julian Casablancas. The song echoes dreamy pop with swirling noises and synths as the song is mainly stabilized at one level. "We’re Not Gonna Crack" which integrates fast guitars and with heavy guitar riffs and an overall exploding arrangement that showcases Longwave’s edgier side. Longwave's Brit-pop is crisp and catchy, their spacey guitar-work spiraling like the cosmos and their credibility not (yet) deterred by commercial success.

Influences / Similar Artists:
Radiohead, The Sheila Divine, Interpol, Power Of Dreams, Longview

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