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Rhythm Mythology

by The Violet Jive

A retro swing sound with feverish latino curves, hip-hop head nods and a cool dark alternative rock twist! From raw, uptempo rockabilly / samba to lush dark lounge-exotica and trip-hop blues!
Genre: Rock: Tropical Rock
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1. Death Rattle Shakes
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2. Vicious Limbo
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3. Twilight Beehives
3:29 $0.79
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4. Spend My Days
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5. Moonlight Sands & Ceiling Fans
3:22 $0.79
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6. Dead Dogs, Bad Kittens
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7. Love the Wicked
3:39 $0.79
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8. Heart Bumps
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9. Flourish In the Lush
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10. Sun-Beats-Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Steve Spall (Guitar/Vocals) and his dynamo rhythm section 'Dr 'Beeching (Double Bass) & Matt Wilson (Drums) take you on another colorful journey through wildly varying styles and sounds with their second self produced album...'Rhythm Mythology'. The journey starts with an uptempo live favourite 'Death Rattle Shakes', a rockabilly/samba mash up with unescapable body shaking powers, and closes with the almost chill-out intrumental 'Sun-Beats-Down', a lush track that will transport you too an exotic land far away! Inbetween you will find swing, hip-hop grooves, dirty guitar riffs, quirky samples and noises, all held lovingly together by Steve Spall's dreamy vocal shades and catchy songwriting.

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