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Hot City

by Festizio

Festizio’s second studio release, Hot City, recorded at John Vanderslice’s renowned Tiny Telephone by engineer Scott McDowell (Geographer, Birds & Batteries), combines the band’s numerous musical influences into a sound unlike anything else today.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Hot City
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2. Hard to Leave
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3. Keep
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4. ****
1:08 album only
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5. Always Reminds Me
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6. Questions (You Should Never Ask)
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7. Moving On
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Album Notes
“Taking aim at love and loss, Hot City shows a band growing from their self-titled debut… The moody electric wash is tight with structures that avoid lag or ostentatious solos. Festizio offers a heavy hand of late ’80s New Age poised on melodic synths, catchy guitar hooks and quirky, heart-on-the-sleeve vocals. The song “Hard to Leave” has a conversational, unhurried rub with a nod to the Talking Heads. The song’s background is hazily lit by distant, murmuring keyboards, rapping percussion and singer Keane Li’s bold voice… Hot City is a cohesive sophomore release that showcases the group’s affection toward edgy guitars, electronic flourishes and measured percussion. It’s exciting to hear a band develop this much in only one album; Festizio has a sound that swells with potential.”
[Performer Magazine, December 2010]

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