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Page Artiste Beach Fossils


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  • Album vinyle (22 juillet 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Single Maxi, Import
  • Label: Captured Tracks
  • ASIN : B005B641NK
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Moments
  2. What A Pleasure
  3. Fall Right In
  4. Out In The Way (Featuring Jack Tatum)
  5. Distance
  6. Calyer
  7. Adversity

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8b5f4954) étoiles sur 5 9 commentaires
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8b126ab0) étoiles sur 5 What A Pleasure Indeed... 7 mars 2011
Par KraizeeKatt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Back in October when I eagerly purchased two singles from this upcoming album, I was instantly hooked. I thought surely based on those two songs the rest of the album has to be good. I was not wrong. I've listened to it pretty much non stop since I bought it, and personally, I think it is even better than their last one. Listening to the music brings to mind lazy, spring or summer days, driving with the top down, or relaxing with a good book. This is just the type of lo-fi, jangle rock music I have loved since I discovered the Feelies years ago. The wonderful song featuring Wild Nothing (another excellent band, whose album is also a must-have) is just the icing on this most delicious cake. It brings to mind the best stuff from another favorite of mine, The Ocean Blue. What a pleasure, indeed. Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x8aa712e8) étoiles sur 5 Grab your deck, Wayfarers, Stratocaster and retire to the beach after-party 1 octobre 2012
Par Christopher Petro - Publié sur Amazon.com
Beach Fossils
What a Pleasure EP
Brooklyn, New York

Engineered, Recorded, Mixed, and Produced at home by Dustin Payseur // Mastered at Bonati Mastering by Josh Bonati

It's called recession music, where a single individual does everything--from writing to recording (inexpensively)--and Beach Fossils fit the bill. Originally the solo effort of Dustin Payseur, who's driving summery guitar mazework receives like a relic of the `50s. With the help of John Pena, the duo authored the Self-Titled debut, the soundtrack to the summer of 2010. What a Pleasure features what makes the debut great, but is matured and seeks reservation as it moves through insipid guitar hooks and reclined harmonies, baked in reverb.

If the debut is the soundtrack to hitting the surf, What a Pleasure is for the bon fire, where unwinding begins and even dancing seems too exerting. "Calyer" and "What a Pleasure" are definite bliss: slow-going and heavy with listenability, the songs waver between undistorted electric guitar noodling and Payseur's rebelliously conversational vocals. "I wanna hear bad times / I wanna share bad times" ("Calyer") drones Payseur with punk-like affectation.

The EP glides along seamlessly, think Miles Davis' Kind of Blue--where cool is defined--and pace isn't pressured and a solo can sneak by unassumingly. Typically, a bass-drum-guitar arrangement results in a band wringing old tricks with new melodies, but technical competency allows Beach Fossils to stay on the cutting edge. Technique and skilled musicianship lead to longevity. And although fast-paced beach music is the norm (Surfer Blood and Wavves) the gleeful unobtrusiveness of What a Pleasure makes it inspired, buoyant and original. (Captured Tracks)
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8c777c0c) étoiles sur 5 Grab your deck, Wayfarers, Stratocaster and retire to the beach after-party 1 octobre 2012
Par Christopher Petro - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Beach Fossils
What a Pleasure EP
Brooklyn, New York

Engineered, Recorded, Mixed, and Produced at home by Dustin Payseur // Mastered at Bonati Mastering by Josh Bonati

It's called recession music, where a single individual does everything--from writing to recording (inexpensively)--and Beach Fossils fit the bill. Originally the solo effort of Dustin Payseur, who's driving summery guitar mazework receives like a relic of the `50s. With the help of John Pena, the duo authored the Self-Titled debut, the soundtrack to the summer of 2010. What a Pleasure features what makes the debut great, but is matured and seeks reservation as it moves through insipid guitar hooks and reclined harmonies, baked in reverb.

If the debut is the soundtrack to hitting the surf, What a Pleasure is for the bon fire, where unwinding begins and even dancing seems too exerting. "Calyer" and "What a Pleasure" are definite bliss: slow-going and heavy with listenability, the songs waver between undistorted electric guitar noodling and Payseur's rebelliously conversational vocals. "I wanna hear bad times / I wanna share bad times" ("Calyer") drones Payseur with punk-like affectation.

The EP glides along seamlessly, think Miles Davis' Kind of Blue--where cool is defined--and pace isn't pressured and a solo can sneak by unassumingly. Typically, a bass-drum-guitar arrangement results in a band wringing old tricks with new melodies, but technical competency allows Beach Fossils to stay on the cutting edge. Technique and skilled musicianship lead to longevity. And although fast-paced beach music is the norm (Surfer Blood and Wavves) the gleeful unobtrusiveness of What a Pleasure makes it inspired, buoyant and original. (Captured Tracks)
HASH(0x8aff696c) étoiles sur 5 Chillaxed Indie 1 janvier 2014
Par Shannon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Such a great album. Original, and gets you feeling good. Definitely one of those rare albums you can listen to from start to finish.
HASH(0x8aff3930) étoiles sur 5 I have to write something? This album is laid ... 26 août 2014
Par Ferris Millbrae - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have to write something? This album is laid back but engaged, same vein as Real Estate and Wild Nothing, although Wild Nothing has more of a 80's The Cure type of vibe. Beach Fossils and Wild Nothing have the same trailing, detached vocals.
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