Catullus | A Maze in Life

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A Maze in Life

by Catullus

The Philadelphia genre bending Jam outfit takes you through all corners of consciousness on their debut release. Exploring through deep grooves and soaring solo's, this sweet blend of textures provides a soundscape that's unique and fresh to the masses.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Eric Lindros'd
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2. A Maze in Life
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3. Electric Lemonade
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4. Jelly Bender
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5. Equalizer
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6. Shugaboof
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Emerging Philadelphia, Catullus is building a reputation up and down the East coast for their deep grooving and sweat inducing sets. The ecstatic and energetic music that exudes from the five talented musicians effortlessly oscillates between progressive funk-rock, and electronic dance music. Steeped in the improvisational tradition, each set carries with it the potential of 1,000 different paths forged only at the moment of inspiration. The powerful vocal harmonies and lyrics truly makes Catullus a unique experience that is not to be missed.

"A Maze in Life" captures their live sound and polishes it into the greatest representation of what the band does on stage. The album was recorded doing live takes and some tracks even being done in the first take with very little overdubbing. They wanted to showcase their songs in the studio ultimately to give the best product the song could be, but without completely taking away from what could be accomplished in the live setting.

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