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Urban Crime

by Swamp Music Players

Swamp Rock influences combine with 1980s style Americana and Alt Music to create a LoFi retro-futuristic anachronism.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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1. The Dark End of the Street (feat. Kaity Joyce)
3:48 $0.90
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2. Believe It or Not (feat. Sugar Parks)
5:04 $0.90
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3. Still in Hollywood (feat. Hilary Beckett)
4:00 $0.90
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4. Cruiser (feat. Evert Pater)
4:24 $0.90
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5. Hazmat (feat. Joseph Gearheart)
3:14 $0.90
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6. It's Urban Crime (Radio Edit) [feat. Art Hsu & Jim Moffatt]
6:35 album only
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7. It's Urban Crime (feat. Art Hsu & Jim Moffatt)
6:37 $0.90
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
‘Urban Crime’ EP is the third official album release from the Canadian based internationally collaborative music collective. ‘Urban Crime’ was recorded primarily with a Tascam 4-track cassette player and Roland BR-600 digital demo recorder to best achieve an authentic retro LoFi soundscape.

We are proud to feature the phenomenal vocals of Kaity Joyce (San Diego), Sugar Parks (Hollywood’s ‘Sugar Parks and the Massacre’) and Vancouver Island vocalist Hilary Beckett.

Special voice acting cameo on the experimental track ‘It’s Urban Crime’ by cult film star Art Hsu (‘Crank 2 High Voltage’ , ‘The FP’). Art Hsu recreates with the Swamp Music Players a scene from one of our favorite cult films ‘The FP’.

Swamp Rock influences combine with urbanized 1980s style Americana to create a retro-futuristic LoFi anachronism. Swamp Music Players are fighting the future in the 21st century.

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