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Friday, October 26, 2012

RE-UP: Black Sand - How Does It Feel? (New Zealand 2009)

BLACK SAND - How Does It Feel? 
(New Zealand 2009)
(mp3 zip, 3 tracks, 13 min, front cover incl.)
1. how does it feel?
2. falling down
3. catch the sun
Get it here or here or here!

From Auckland, New Zealand, comes the one man music project BLACK SAND

"I record under the name BLACK SAND. I've been recording my songs for a few years now using a Fostex 8 track and Cool Edit Pro. I'm influenced by a lot of English bands - Primal ScreamThe Jesus & Mary ChainThe Stone Roses etc. - and a lot of sixties bands, The CreationThe WhoSmall Faces etc. - Catch the Sun is the oldest song here, written 3 years ago, while How Does it Feeland Falling Down were written in the last couple of months. - I'm a big music fan and I've always written and recorded for the love of it. My songs are what they are, they're born out of a love of listening to music that moves you and makes you feel alive."(Anthony Evans, B. S.)

60ies inspired psychedelic pop/rock that has everything fans of that genre will love: dreamy melodies, backward guitars, and a quite relaxed over all atmosphere...To my mind come indeed some songs by PRIMAL SCREEN. Recommended! I'd love to hear more from that guy!

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