Harkening back to the days of New Wave and throwing in a heaping spoonful of noise, "Hospitality On Parade" blends the sounds of old with one foot in the future.
Analogue synthesizers, noise guitar, acoustic piano, live & programmed drums, metal guitar and languid bass find their way into each composition.
It is hard to pin down this musical entity.
Once you hear it, you will be hooked.
Catchy choruses will have you humming and singing all day.
Bryin Dall (Hirsute Pursuit, 4th Sign of the Apocalypse, Theee Majesty, A Murder of Angels.. ) joins forces with Scott Reiter (Loretta's Doll..) and a large number of musical guests create something that is both familiar and groundbreaking.
Dirty Creature starts with beauty.
Piano and voice entone Creating Thoughtforms.
(If I were poem and you were a rhyme, would you run through me for a time?) It travels along many paths, both pretty and uplifting and dark and mysterious.
Bringing forth the fullness of analogue synthesizers that envelop your soul it is then punctured with stabs of noise which reminds one of life itself.
Whatever your taste, Hospitality on Parade will touch upon some aspect of it and you will become one of the converted.
This is an album that will be as fresh in 20 years as it is today.
01. Creating Thoughtforms
02. In Wisdom
03. Son in One
04. Studebacker Way
05. On Cobblestone
06. Heart and Soul
08. The Tree
09. With Time
10. God Knows
13. Son is One (Alan Gregorie Remix)
Old Europa Cafe AVS
11.03.2014 - DarkRoom
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