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2016, so far…

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Its getting close to year’s end, so we thought we would recap some of our favorite releases in 2016. Somewhere in here could be our album of the year….

 

Young Benjamins-“Losing Our Shadows”

 

The Everywheres“Dignity Fever”

 

Sidewatcher“Otra Vez”

 

The Auras-“Saturn Day”

 

The Tracks

 

Propeller“Fall Off The World”

 

The Corsets“Monta Sanica”

 

Fruition“Labor Of Love”

 

The Counterfactuals

 

Hazen Sage“Thrive”

 

Keith Morris & The Crooked Numbers“The Dirty Gospel”

 

The Minnows

While there is no album, yet, and no date set for release, we are hoping this band from Belfast can get something released in 2016. After listening to several of the tracks slated to appear on a new album, we know it will Irish rock.

 

 

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THE EVERYWHERES-Dignity Fever

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the everywheresThe Everywheres latest release, Dignity Fever, contains 8 insanely melodic psychedelic-pop tracks. Released in April, 2016, the Halifax natives deliver an album filled with wonderful riffs and solos, dynamite organ, and some way cool reverb. There are great melodies and harmonies, and the use of tambourine is a nice touch. The songs are well written, transporting me back to a time of tie dye, and floating around my house in a haze of peace and love. A wonderful collection of tracks that remind me of artists such as Tommy James & The Shondells, The Zombies, and The Small Faces. A powerful trip back to the 1960s. Favorite tracks: “Trembling Hand“, with its great acoustic guitar picking; “The Law“, with cool changes, great bass line, and wonderful organ; “South Of Quinpool Road“, with its bluesy edge, and sections that sound like they could have been on Sgt. Peppers. A wonderful time. A wonderful album. A dynamite band. Check it out here, and get yourself a copy or 2. Put it on, play it loud, and join the party!

 

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THE EVERYWHERES-Habitualism

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Habitualism‘, the 8 track album by Halifax, Nova Scotia’s The Everywheres, was released in May, 2014. Somewhat unfortunate that I did not discover it until October!

the everywheres3The opening track, “Through Flowers“, offers some great 1960’s vocal effects. The melody & the bridge are way cool, and the guitar solo wades waist deep into surf-pop. Great first track. “End Of Time” has a great 60’s vibe, created by guitar & vocals, with dynamite reverb, cool vocal tracking, and a sweet melody. The riff and solo are wonderful. The way cool blues solo in “Courtyard Blues” highlights the great riff, amazing changes, and dynamite melody. Way cool! “Organ” has a great psych-pop feel, with cool drums, great vocals, and dynamite keys. The title track, “Habitualism“, has a somewhat faster tempo, and delivers sweet drumming, wonderful changes, and a great solo and riff. I dig everywheres2the vocal track. The melody of “California Reeling” brings the great solo, changes, and cool bridge together. There are 2 tracks that are standouts.  “Egyptian Drag” offers some of the coolest vocals I have heard, above a wonderful melody. The bass line can only be described as great, and the solo, very cool. There are great changes, and I swear I hear a flute. The song has a dynamite 1960’s psychedelic energy. The way cool psych-pop riffs and reverb of “Sacred Cow” make this dreamy 60s track come alive. There are great changes, and more great keys, with an almost John Lennon thing going on in the melody & vocals. Very cool!!

the everywheres1Pop. Psych-pop. 60s pop. Psychedelic. Dream pop. They all work. The Everywheres have delivered an album that captures the essence of the psychedelic 60s. At times I hear shades of The Mamas & The Papas doing dream pop. The vocals are wonderfully elegant, and the effects dead on. The songs are exceptionally written, filled with exciting and esoteric arrangements, creating a wonderful feeling, and a wonderful time. I could listen to this over and over again. Check ‘Habitualism’ out, and then treat yourself and download a few copies at a “name your price” offer, or purchase hard copies on cassette. Way cool!!

 

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