Devine, Kevin - Bulldozer (LP)

Devine, Kevin - Bulldozer (LP)

Katalog: Musik
EAN: 5060243324719
Bestellnummer: 4332471
Veröffentlichung: 18.10.2013
Set-Inhalt: 1
Limitierung: Nein
Format: Vinyl LP
Verpackung: Jewelcase
Genre: Alternative
Label: Big Scary Monsters
Anbieter: Essential Sales and Marketing Ltd.
Preiscode: 284
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Bright Eyes machhte es bereits vor. Und so veröffentlicht auch Kevin Devine zwei Alben... mehr
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Bright Eyes machhte es bereits vor. Und so veröffentlicht auch Kevin Devine zwei Alben zeitgleich. Kevine Devine demonstriert auf Album Nummer 7 & 8 mit jeder Note seine ausgeprägte Vielseitigkeit und musikalische Vielschichtigkeit, und das sehr sicher und geschickt. Seine Songs sind egreifend und wirklich großartig. Egal ob es Rocksongs sind, die an seine Indieband Miracle of 86 erinnern oder die eher Leisen und zurückgenommenen Singer/Songwriter Songs.

Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Kevin Devine (Bad Books, Kevin Devine and the Goddamn Band), announces the release of the highly anticipated dual release of Bulldozer and Bubblegum (previously known as LP7 and LP 8, respectively). Bubblegum, produced by Brand New's Jesse Lacey, is a proper rock band record, a sound evolved from Devine's early days in Miracle of 86, a charging record loaded with feedback, overdriven guitars and unexpectedly memorable hooks. The twelve songs on Bubblegum create a hard-driving, angular, and mature indie rock sound. Set to Pixie-like guitar riffs and socially conscious, politically bombastic lyrics, as evident on Fiscal Cliff, this is a side of Devine that screams and shouts itself over the feedback. Nobel Prize is a head-bouncing intro that captures the record's relentless energy. Private First Class, based on the imprisonment of Bradley Manning for leaking classified documents in Iraq, is a surf/punk anthem of the highest-measure. But even high-octane rock records need to slow down, and Devine does so on tracks like I Can't Believe You and Red Bird without losing consistency or steam. The Goddamn Band's musicianship is provided by Mike Fadem (drums) and Mike Strandberg (guitar), with a debt to Lacey who also steps in on bass and percussion, and backup vocals.