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Ethers - Ethers Colored Vinyl Edition
Ethers
Ethers Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Trouble In Mind)
15,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Calling Chicago band Ethers a "supergroup" might be hyperbole to many outside the Chicago music scene, but for those who have been keeping score in the past few years, a pedigree of bands like Heavy Times, Outer Minds, Radar Eyes and The Runnies seems like a dream team.After the dissolution of his band Heavy Times, guitarist & songwriter Bo Hansen joined forces with husband & wife musical/life partners Russell Calderwood & Mary McKane & drummer Matt Rolin to concoct what would become Ethers' eponymous debut album.A self-described "bad time band", Ethers' debut consists of twelve songs of ragged, soulful rock and roll; heavy on hooks, with stark arrangements and sticky melodies that hang with an unexpected resonance.Instant earworms like opener "Empty Hours", "Rip O " and "Modern Dating" recall bands like soulful punks Royal Headache or Asheville troubadours Reigning Sound, while third quarter-album high point "CBD" rages with nervous energy like a long-lost Feelies "Crazy Rhythms" outtake.Tunes like "Carry What You Kill" and album closer "Something" are soaked in melancholy, but peppered with cynicism and charm.The band oozes a world-weariness, but the tunes yearn with a hopeful ache for better days ahead.Recorded in the raw, with very little audio adornment by Chicago engineer Dave Vettraino & mastered by Melbourne legend Mikey Young (Total Control, Eddy Current Suppression Ring), the spartan production allows the songs to be the main focus.
Ethers - Ethers Black Vinyl Edition
Ethers
Ethers Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Trouble In Mind)
15,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Calling Chicago band Ethers a "supergroup" might be hyperbole to many outside the Chicago music scene, but for those who have been keeping score in the past few years, a pedigree of bands like Heavy Times, Outer Minds, Radar Eyes and The Runnies seems like a dream team.After the dissolution of his band Heavy Times, guitarist & songwriter Bo Hansen joined forces with husband & wife musical/life partners Russell Calderwood & Mary McKane & drummer Matt Rolin to concoct what would become Ethers' eponymous debut album.A self-described "bad time band", Ethers' debut consists of twelve songs of ragged, soulful rock and roll; heavy on hooks, with stark arrangements and sticky melodies that hang with an unexpected resonance.Instant earworms like opener "Empty Hours", "Rip O " and "Modern Dating" recall bands like soulful punks Royal Headache or Asheville troubadours Reigning Sound, while third quarter-album high point "CBD" rages with nervous energy like a long-lost Feelies "Crazy Rhythms" outtake.Tunes like "Carry What You Kill" and album closer "Something" are soaked in melancholy, but peppered with cynicism and charm.The band oozes a world-weariness, but the tunes yearn with a hopeful ache for better days ahead.Recorded in the raw, with very little audio adornment by Chicago engineer Dave Vettraino & mastered by Melbourne legend Mikey Young (Total Control, Eddy Current Suppression Ring), the spartan production allows the songs to be the main focus.
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