Presence Of Soul - Blinds

2009-03-02 14:58:02 UTC
presence-of-soul Japanese group PRESENCE OF SOUL is led by female singer and composer YUKI, who also handles guitars, keyboards and Mellotron. She’s accompanied by a guitar player, a bass player and a drummer. “Blinds” (2008) is a first album to be listened to somewhere between GODSPEED YOU BLACK EMPEROR !, SIGUR ROS, MOGWAI and ANEKDOTEN. As a matter of fact, the band was the support act for the swedish musicians during their 2008 shows in Japan. ------------- ( SUPERB release with lots of high / low. Beautifully done. ) ------------- Everyone Should Get THIS. presence-of-soul-blinds Artist - Presence Of Soul Album - Blinds Release Date - 2008 Genre - Experimental, Shoegaze, Post-rock (AWESOME) Tracklist 01 - Seven Mortal Sins And Seven Doors 02 - Sink Low 03 - Lost 04 - Whitenoise Snowfall 05 - Ephemera 06 - Rule 07 - Forgiven 08 - Tightrope ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Presence Of Soul - Blinds Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Hyakkei - Standing Still In A Moving Scene Dorena We vs. Death Speaker Gain Teardrop - Particle Protocol 儉德大廈 (Kimtak Building) - 在森林和原野 (In the Forest and the Field) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Millions thanks for this introduction "BEEZABUBBA..." MASSIVE ENTRY pal. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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