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Warm July

Warm July

  • Par Warm July
  • Communiqué de 17/07/2009
  • Music Genre Rock
  • Format de médias CD
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Prix: 6,31 €

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The Brooklyn Sound Is Also Anyone who has remotely followed popular music in recent years knows that Brooklyn, NY has become a venerable talent factory producing the likes of MGMT, and LCD Soundsystem, groups held in the highest regard by both critics and the record buying and concert going public. To appreciate the fertile soil Brooklyn is providing for musicians and popular music today, it is important to understand the borough, New York City's largest in population and second most in area. In reality, the core of this talent factory is in Williamsburg, with satellite offices now in Greenpoint, and other downtown Brooklyn locations. These are the borough's regions where interest and outside ears of the industry are pointed. LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy and MGMT have stated in recent press surrounding their new albums that they work and / or reside in Brooklyn Heights. Call them hipsters or indie rockers, but the point is they are the ones getting the calls. That's not to say they don't deserve the praise or attention. However, there is something missing, a sense of the greater history the music from Brooklyn has provided. Before the dawn of this modern Brooklyn music scene, The Beastie Boys arrived from the outer reaches, an area called Midwood. Jay-Z from Bedford-Stuyvesant. Carole King and Garland Jefferies, the latter of whom is probably as little known as the neighborhood I am about to mention, came from Sheepshead Bay. In 2010, the Brooklyn sound is many things. The Brooklyn sound is also from parts unknown once again - from Homecrest. The Brooklyn sound is also roots based with an up-and-coming rock 'n' roll group called Warm July. One relatively unknown band trying to garner attention, trying to get their sound heard by the public, which is the goal of any creative endeavor. Warm July (WJ) brings such a level of dedication to the stage that they are beyond ready. This band is not just interested in playing a set of music, they are chasing the promise musicians before them have put forth as the standard, and moving it forward in substantive, new ways. Live music must be truly be L-I-V-E, and in WJ, you hear another sound of Brooklyn - it's the passion of trying to rise up in a big sea, that as far as pop music is concerned, is now as large as the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans combined. You might as well throw in McCarren Pool as an exclamation point. Warm July is a six-piece group with duo-female vocals, 2 guitars, drums, and a bassist who is fresh out of high school. Warm July is: Jack Betz, Omar Grant, Jerry Jaworski, Joe Maniscalco, Kristyl Sisko, and Jeannie Tamariz.

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Artiste: Warm July
Titre: Warm July
Genre: Rock
Date de sortie: 17/07/2009
Étiquette: CD Baby
Format de médias: CD
UPC: 884501176156
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