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Songs About Music

by Coltrane Motion

Shoegazer electronics collide with sixties pop, a raucous wall of sound built out of drum loops and fuzzed-out melodies, held together by swirling synths and organ drones.
Genre: Rock: Grunge
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ex-Girlfriend In A Coma
3:04 album only
2. Twenty-Seven
3:23 album only
3. You Make It Easy
3:11 album only
4. How To Be
2:57 album only
5. (On Beauty)
2:34 album only
6. Dozier-Holland-Dozier
3:01 album only
7. They Can't Mic The Deep End
2:32 album only
8. I Guess The Kids Are OK
3:31 album only
9. Can't
5:02 album only
10. How To Be (Again)
2:35 album only
11. Summertime
2:50 album only


Album Notes
This is the new album from Coltrane Motion, two small-town Ohio expatriates now residing in Chicago. Lead singer Michael Bond records sixties-obsessed electronic pop in his home studio, while guitarist Matt Dennewitz covers it all in wailing distortion and delay at their live shows - the result is a raucous wall of sound built out of drum loops and fuzzed-out melodies, held together by swirling synths and organ drones. It's an indie rock dance record that doesn't follow the DFA/NME template, leaning more on 90s shoegazers and 60s soul jams than the usual post-punk rollcall.

The group has its origins in a handful of lo-fi CD-R and compilation releases, culminating in 2005's well-received "No Well OK Maybe Just A Little" EP, and a series of tours across the US & Canada. Their frantic live show has been described by the press as an 'exuberant seizure' and 'the cool kids in programming class', its dance-punk intensity a far cry from your usual laptop performances. Now they're hitting the road again this Summer in support of their first real full-length, with a series of dates across the Northeast and Midwest.



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