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  • Darsteller: Pseudosix
  • Album: Pseudosix
  • Etikett: Sonic Boom Recordings
  • Katalog #: SBR026
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  • Kategorie: Folk - Countrymusik
Pseudosix - Pseudosix mp3 herunterladen

Trackliste

1Fire Vs. Flame
2Waisting Taking Up Space
3Apathy And Excess
4A Million Shards
5Enclave
6Under The Waves
7Fight Or Flight
8Some Sort Of Revelation
9Paltry Remains
10Treacherous Ways

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Singersongwriter Tim Perry, who records under the project name Pseudosix, sings as if the first rock & roll singer he ever heard was Stephen Malkmus: someone could literally light a fire under his butt and Perry likely wouldn't be able to raise his voice beyond the vague, disinterested mumble that he affects throughout all ten of these songs. No matter what the musical style of the tune in question, from the sort of Jimmy Webb-meets-Lee Hazlewood easy listening country of A Million Shards to the propulsive bass and tense brushed drums of Under the Waves, Perry. Pseudosix: Love And Logic, Center, Empty Circle, The Next One и другие песни. Listen to music from Pseudosix like Bound To Unfold, Hollow Abyss Introduction & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Pseudosix. Engendered in 2001, Pseudosix is a Portland, OR-based collaborative project fronted by Tim Perry guitar, vocals and currently includes Kate O'Brien violin, cello, Jake Morris drums also plays in Joggers, Jay Clarke piano The Standard, Dolorean, Dan Wilson guitar Joggers, and Brandon Barnhill bass. And yet, Pseudosix tidily merge the role of the mega-vulnerable songwriter with the burned-out, late-night California drive that only a 70s supergroup could've mustered on their latest self-titled record. It shouldn't work, but it does. The first track, Some Sort of Revelation, plays like a warning: a bit of scorched-earth go-for-broke balladry mixed with the swooning group vocals and out-of-nowhere crescendos that seem so in vogue with indie-rock these days. Please help LyricWiki to expand it. Released in November of 2003, Days of Delay is the debut album of retired band Pseudosix, formed by frontman Tim Perry of Ages and Ages. Described by Perry as seventh-grade balls, Days of Delay is a mix of haunting ballads and chanting choruses that touch upon the darker sides of life. Days Of Delay Q&A. Writers Tim Perry. Pseudosix hints at the rambling alt-country of their contemporary peers, especially bands in the vein of Wilco. From the very first guitar notes of the opening Some Sort of Revelation we hear rambling chords wavering around, seemingly going nowhere, but they are certainly not without direction: on this song, and throughout the album, Pseudosix is able to create real tension and release that can be achieved only through careful, patient song-writing. Pseudosix's appeal comes in it's simplicity. These tracks are understated, with simple bass lines, reserved guitar solos, sweet violin harmonies, and simple percussion. Track 10 from the 2007 self-titled album Pseudosix. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Pseudosix - Pseudosix. A baroque chamber pop band pitched somewhere between the elegant tweeness of Belle & Sebastian and the rustic neo-psychedelia of Mercury Rev, Pseudosix makes a virtue of variety. So much so, in fact, that that's only a description of their second album, their debut being considerably sparser and noisier. The sole constant of Pseudosix is singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Tim Perry, the band's only permanent member