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Matermathu | Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City

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Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City

by Matermathu

A new blues-rock album with southern influence and a nod to the classics; a unique sound that's sharp but gritty, melodic but riotous, and real but dreamy.
Genre: Rock: British Blues
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2. Chuck Man
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3. Turtle Soup
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4. Cold Love
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5. Brick City Blues
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6. Mister Charlie
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7. Ten Years Too Long
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8. Fourth of July
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9. Purple Prince
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10. Steel Mill Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Matermathu is a blues rock group from Philadelphia, PA. consisting of Timothy Passarella, Matthew Jurasek, and Alex Frankel. The band takes cues from classic blues and rock artists while combining new influences to create a unique sound that's sharp but gritty, melodic but riotous, and real but dreamy.

'Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City' was written and recorded in Philadelphia over the course of two years and is the debut record from Matermathu. Guitars, bass, piano, harmonica, organ, and vocals are performed by Timothy and Matthew and all percussion is performed by Alex.

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