MP3 They Walk In Line - All Mine EP
Indie rock ranging from tightly-structured pop to walls of sound.
7 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Emo, POP: British Pop
An amazing array of jangle, 80s pop sensibilities & straight-forward Indie Rock. "All Mine" is a six track ep filled with dark indie energy, wall of sound fuzzy guitar riffs, and lush, yet slighty temperamental, vocals.
"Pay attention to the lyrics on the disc and you realize the writer is insightful, at least to the point of his emotions. The FMQB Specialty panel seems to agree. Four songs have already been heard on the airwaves, and a few stations have already played multiple tracks."
-Joey Odorisio @ FMQB
"imagine the wall of sounds you would get from the likes of echo & the bunnymen, the jesus and mary chain, the afghan whigs, sonic youth (from the goo & dirty era), ride, black rebel motorcycle club, balled up and putting out six tracks. they walk in line turn out an ep that is simply brilliant. a new dark fuzzy pop to treat your ears too, since we''ve all played the old ones so many times. i can''t describe the feeling of putting in a disc of new material that feels like i''m listening to a familiar, lost classic the first time i hear it."
-Robert Goodman, Host of https://www.tradebit.com''s Rock Channel
"All Mine" beefs up a borrowed bit of Echo and the Bunnymen and links it to the starshower splendour of bands like Sonic Youth. "Paramedic" contains all the slamming energy of old Superchunk and Dino Jr. with its airplane landing type of guitars. In the loud parts on this song, Michael definitely sounds like gravelly Greg Dulli. On "Departure", initial monolithic chord dronings give way to a bevy of squealing axes near the time change in the middle of the song. "439 Friendly", which is a live track from a show they played on KXLU, hints at the volumnious dynamic energy available for consumption. This one starts off sounding strangely like Red House Painters or maybe even Idaho, with it''s loping San Francisco fog gait. Then it just takes off into the stratosphere. Make no mistake: these guys can play earsplittingly loud. I can just imagine the poor mics and compressors working overtime as they get slammed with guitar feedback."
-Bryan Yoshida @ Shmat Records
"The darkly lush vocals are layered over fantastic guitar and electronic sounds that draw you in, that transport you back in time to a place that made us all think and feel. This disc will make you think and feel again. And that''s what good music should do."
-South Of Mainstream