Matt Kollar And The Angry Mob | She Changes Face

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She Changes Face

by Matt Kollar And The Angry Mob

A six song EP ranging from a beautiful walk in the park to a hellish night in the city.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. She Changes Face
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2. 409 Blues
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3. To the Night!
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4. A'driftin Blues
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5. Carry the Light
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6. Gotta Get Blue
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
She Changes Face, the follow-up EP to Matt Kollar and the Angry Mob’s debut 2008 album, “Farewell Adventure!,” is an experiment in the different styles that the band has to offer to the world. Track one, “She Changes Face,” is a Ben Folds inspired piano-rock song with an accordion, a piano, and a trombone dueling off in the solo section. “To The Night” takes you on a bright walk through the local park with only a Paris café style accordion as your companion. “A Driftin’ Blues,” on the other hand, has a rougher sound with distorted megaphone vocals over unruly trombone parts. “Carry The Light,” track 5, strips the instruments down to simply an acoustic guitar, glockenspiel, and Matt Kollar and Elizabeth Messick’s vocals before throwing all the instruments together in an experimental symphony of noise and opera on the closing track “Gotta Get Blue.” She Changes Face is a stepping-stone for all the crazy sounds the band is cooking up next.

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