The Kingsbury Manx - Bronze Age mp3 album
|Performer:||The Kingsbury Manx|
|Date of release:||2013|
|MP3 album size:||1904 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1701 mb|
|Digital formats:||AHX WAV DXD AU VOX MMF AIFF|
The Kingsbury Manx Lyrics How Things Are DoneLyrics Weird Beard & Black WolfLyrics In the CatacombsLyrics Future HunterLyrics HandspringsLyrics Glass EyeLyrics LyonLyrics Solely BavariaLyrics ConcubineLyrics Custer's LastLyrics Ashes to Lashes (Tailspins)Lyrics.
The Kingsbury Manx are an American indie rock group from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The original members of The Kingsbury Manx met in middle school. They then attended different colleges and reunited during the summer months to play and record together. One of their demos caught the ear of Chicago-based label Overcoat Recordings, who issued their debut self-titled album in 2000.
Recorded at Sound of Music in Richmond, VA april - July 2011 Mixed by Brian Paulson at Morningside in Carrboro Fall 2012.
Taking four years between albums seems to work out well for them; 2009's Ascenseur Ouvert! was maybe their best album up to that point, 2013's Bronze Age is just as good.
The Kingsbury Manx return after three years with their sixth album, pushing their unique blend of folk-pop melodicism farther out into the reaches of psychedelia and even '70s prog rock territory. 'Bronze Age'' is their most diverse record yet, striking a nice balance of uptempo rockers soaked with Mini-Moog and effects-drenched guitars (''Future Hunter'', ''In the Catacombs'', ''Custer's Last''), alongside the more acoustic based ballads augmented by the warmth of trumpets (''Handsprings.
These are the new parameters of the Kingsbury Manx. They’ve honed their sound, twisting it in fresh ways over the years, but Bronze Age is their most adventurous turn yet, and results in their finest set of tunes to date.
The Kingsbury Manx are an American indie rock group from Chapel Hill, NC. They made a splash with their seemingly out-of-nowhere eponymous debut in 2000. The original members of The Kingsbury Manx met in middle school, but attended different colleges. They reunited during the summer months to play and record together.
But Bronze Age, the Kingsbury Manx's latest (and best) record finds no four-year hangover, no signs of stagnation, no signs of being overworked. It falls into none of the traps of an album long worked on and pushes their broad palate of sounds into new and fresh directions at every turn. Some of the beauties of this record won't be a surprise, but that doesn't make them any less striking. The vocal melodies and harmonies are as impeccable as ever on the pastoral glide of "Glass Eye" or the sunburst shuffle of "Handsprings"
Album Bronze Age. Handsprings Lyrics
|Weird Beard & Black Wolf|
|In The Catacombs|
|How Things Are Done|
|Ashes To Lashes (Tailspins)|
|ODE-19||The Kingsbury Manx||Bronze Age (CD, Album)||Odessa Records||ODE-19||US||2013|
|ODE 19||The Kingsbury Manx||Bronze Age (LP, Album)||Odessa Records||ODE 19||US||2013|
|ODE-19||The Kingsbury Manx||Bronze Age (LP, Album, Ltd, Whi)||Odessa Records||ODE-19||US||2013|