A.M. Pacific | 11:11

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11:11

by A.M. Pacific

A.M Pacific makes sexy, intense music with a bit more of a rock edge than you'll expect from an electronica band. Their new record, "11:11", sounds best at the end of your day, when the lights are low and you are ready to take flight.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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1. Freeze Frame
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2. 11:11
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3. Lady In Waiting
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4. Fast Forward
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5. (Un)Invited
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6. Ghost
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7. Easy To Change
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8. Fade Into
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9. Sweet
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10. Underwater
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11. Together
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Initially formed in 2005, A.M. Pacific has been steadily gaining fans throughout the Los Angeles area with their sexy, intense electronic soundscapes.

Vocalist Lisa Donnelly, a classically trained chanteuse who initially discovered her niche in the blues scene of Kansas City, relocated to Los Angeles and answered an ad posted by guitarist/songwriter Leo Canneto, an Argentinean-born, New York-raised musician who previously played in the pioneering industrial band Virus23. Discovering an instant musical rapport, they quickly added bassist John Armstrong to the lineup and augmented their songs with layered keyboards and programmed drums and loops, forging a singular, sultry sound that rocks harder than you might expect from an electronica-based band.

They‚ve played extensively in the Los Angeles area since, winning loyal followings at such venues as the Hotel Café, Tangiers, the Roxy and the Henry Fonda Theatre, where they performed for two sell-out crowds. The group recently introduced a new live lineup that doubles the musicians onstage by adding a drummer, violinist and second guitarist to the mix. A.M. Pacific‚s first album, the self-released 11:11, is available from all the usual online suspects, but can also be streamed at their website, www.ampacificmusic.com

Things that influenced A.M. Pacific's 11:11,
in no particular order;
Digital Clocks
Pomegranates
Ray Kurtzweil
The Beatles
Carl Sagan
Taoism
Love
Tomatoes
Sake
Heartbreak
California
Longing
Loud Guitars
Quiet keyboards
Crickets
Tokyo
Planes
Winter
New York
Sand
Buenos Aires
Soda Stereo
Gustavo Cerati
Electricity
Chemistry
Your beautiful smile
1991
A book called "A General Theory Of Love"
Massive Attack
Federico Fellini
Strangers
Led Zeppelin's drum sounds
Robert Smith's guitar sounds
Bjork's programming
Sade's vocal sound
Encouragement
Disappointment
Happiness
Therapy
Burning Man
Jorge Luis Borges
Daniel Pinchbeck
2012
Taurus
Capricorn
Aquarius
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April

whoa, trippy...
I first heard these guys at the LOJ 10 and I can't stop listening to this CD! buy it, buy it!
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Rachael

WOW!!!!!!!!!!
I saw these guys live and just had to have the album. I won't be surprised when they hit big.
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Sean

sweet
Great album, we've listened to it for over a year now and it doesn't get old. Great live performances as well.
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jlag

superb
kewl beats, lyrics and vocals.
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