Glim Dropper | Heartsick Phenomenon

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Heartsick Phenomenon

by Glim Dropper

A power trio, hot tube amps, cool blue cable, more fuzz than strictly necessary, magic, seven imaginary go-go booted back-up singers and an adequate electrical supply resulted in this forward-thinking retro rock and roll.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Heartsick Phenomenon
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2. Shanghai
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3. Night Doctor
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4. The Velvet Way to the Grave
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5. Hangman
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6. Second Sleep
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7. First World Problems
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8. Better Life
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9. Strangelove
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10. Another One
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Glim Dropper is a Philadelphia based rock trio. Comprised of Dan Kauffman (bass/vocals), Ben Geise (guitar/vocals), and Rob Schnell (drums/vocals), Glim Dropper performs the sort of soaring, melodic music that is the reason rock ‘n’ roll stays great. In 2012, the Philadelphia 3-piece released their debut album Last Days of Analog an eight-song collection that helped them to become a local favorite: the band won Out&About magazine's 2013 MusikArmageddon competition held at Wilmington's Grand Opera House; in 2012 the band was included as finalists in The World Cafe Live’s Beta Hi Fi competition and they were the judge’s choice in Out & About Magazine’s MusikArmageddon. The band collected four nominations in WSTW’s “Hometown Heroes” annual awards ceremony, with Ben Geise winning the category of Best Guitar Player. “Last Days of Analog” presented a diverse set of musical ideas (the title track was recorded in an all analog format, for example), and the band shares a sophisticated sensibility that resulted in radio attention around the United States as well as frequent positive reviews from music media outlets and bloggers. "Heartsick Phenomenon" is their most recent release.

A "glim" is an antique word that describes a shard of light, a fractured brightness, a glowing point of focus. "Glim Dropper" is also the crafty name given to a long-con, a singular scam that only works where there are both patient accomplices and a very greedy victim. The con is rare because getting the details and elements just right to pull it off is so complex, but, like a really good rock ‘n’ roll band, when it comes together, it works spectacularly well.

Glim Dropper wishes to promote federal, state, local, and personal responsibility, through sincerity and syncopation.

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