Monday, January 4, 2016

Review : The Stollers - Stationary sun

The Stollers - Stationary sun (2015) Independent
Produced by Don Wood / The Stollers
Tracks : 1.Into the brand new day 2.Only a penny 3.Open your eyes 4.Loredana 5.You can come home 6.Culture war 7.Between the sun and the moon 8.Food in the morning blues 9.Without your love 10.Song for Ann 11.The two Julians 12.Water wheel
2,5 out of 5

If you call any music old school, it truly sound like it´s dated but it can be done in such a way that it still feels contemporary. The two brothers Brad and Lesley Stoller from New York City blend 70´s soft rock with alternative piano pop and I do think it´s both old school and fresh.
Their new LP "Stationary sun" is a bit uneven but as an entirety, it really is a decent album where the vocal harmonies are the puzzle piece that stand out.
One of my favorite tracks is The Boomtown Rats-like "Culture war", what a cool and irresistable flirt with 70´s new wave and artrock in a big adorable mess.
Highlights : Loredana, Culture war
Recommended if you like Sad Cafe´, Ben Folds Five, Michael Learns To Rock

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