The Surfing Magazines - The Surfing Magazines mp3 downloadPerformer: The Surfing Magazines
Title: The Surfing Magazines
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock
Location: Ranscombe Studios, Rochester
Released: September 1, 2017
Size MP3 version: 1344 mb
Size FLAC version: 1382 mb
Size WMA version: 1678 mb
Format: DXD RA APE VQF AUD ADX
Genre: Pop Rock
The Surfing Magazines - The Surfing Magazines mp3 download
Lines and Shadows by The Surfing Magazines is taken from their debut self-titled album out on 1st September.
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The Surfing Magazines are a new garage-rock group consisting of two thirds of The Wave Pictures and one half of Slow Club. They release their self-titled album on 1st September. Contact The Surfing Magazines. Streaming and Download help. If you like The Surfing Magazines, you may also like: Bamboo Diner In The Rain by The Wave Pictures. supported by 34 fans who also own The Surfing Magazines.
The Surfing Magazines are a garage rock supergroup. Recommended by 1 person. The groups debut CD is simple one of the best things I've heard in years tyle of rock, and will love it. The songs have that wide of appeal. I have a CD collection of around 4000 and this one is going to be a "top shelfer". I just look forward for a live performance.
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by The Surfing Magazines. Record Label: Moshi Moshi Records. Release Date: Sep 8, 2017.
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The Surfing Magazines – Sawdust In My Eyes (6:49) 02. The Surfing Magazines – Voices Carry Through The Mist (4:01) 03. The Surfing Magazines – Peeping Dom (2:28) 04. The Surfing Magazines – Summer (4:02) 05. The Surfing Magazines – New Day (2:35) 06. The Surfing Magazines – One Of These Days (4:15) 07. The Surfing Magazines – Goose Feather Bed (3:27) 08. The Surfing Magazines – A Fran Escaped (4:22) 09. The Surfing Magazines – Orange And Blue (3:45) 10. The Surfing Magazines – Lines And Shadows (4:42) 11. The Surfing Magazines – You Could Never Come To Me Too Soon (4:23).
Surfing Magazines stay true to that rule. It looks like they were having fun, but sounds slightly less so - overall, it's clear that no one here was expecting to blow the industry apart; instead, they sound content just making music and recording the experience. If their mission was to fight back against the over-produced indie folk landfill then in some ways they have succeeded; the album sounds like a debut home recording, and much like those under-formed first forays into music, this record is functional but uninspiring.
|1||Sawdust in My Eyes David Tattersall||The Surfing Magazines||6:46|
|2||Voices Carry Through the Mist Charles Watson||The Surfing Magazines||3:59|
|3||Peeping Dom Charles Watson||The Surfing Magazines||2:25|
|4||Summer David Tattersall||The Surfing Magazines||3:59|
|5||New Day Charles Watson||The Surfing Magazines||2:32|
|6||One of These Days David Tattersall||The Surfing Magazines||4:12|
|7||Goose Feather Bed David Tattersall||The Surfing Magazines||3:24|
|8||A Fran Escaped David Tattersall||The Surfing Magazines||4:20|
|9||Orange and Blue||The Surfing Magazines||3:44|
|10||Lines and Shadows David Tattersall||The Surfing Magazines||4:39|
|11||You Could Never Come to Me Too Soon David Tattersall||The Surfing Magazines||4:22|
CreditsDominic Brider - Drums, Group Member, Harmonica, Vocals
Brendon Esmond - Engineer
John Gray - Group Member, Saxophone
Stephen Kenny - Artwork
Paul Rafferty - Layout
Jim Riley - Engineer
Franic Rozycki - Bass, Group Member, Vocals
The Surfing Magazines - Primary Artist
David Tattersall - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Charles Watson - Artwork, Composer, Group Member, Guitar (Rhythm), Organ, Vocals