Tiny Lion - Demo [ 2011 ]

2011-01-24 09:16:25 UTC
Folk Rock Duo originating from Tuscaloosa, AL, consisting of members Adam Chance [ Street Corner Symphony ] and Gregory Pappas [ zxyzxy ]. Gregory P from [ zxyzxy ]. Tiny Lion is a nice breath of fresh air, as I finally stepped out of my comfort zone to work with someone and do something completely different. Being a fan of all different genres, this one wasn't too hard for me to get used to. I'll always write very strange stuff with zxyzxy, but [ Tiny Lion ] offers a nice structure and change. After all, they both promote music to be of great importance, and that's good enough for me! ~~~~~~~~ ( On [ Tiny Lion ] I have to say, do not expect anything even close to [ zxyzxy ]. This is totally different BUT all in a VERY GOOD WAY. You can take my word on that. While [ zxyzxy ] shift between various elements and covers many atmospheres [ Tiny Lion ] on the other hand is more focuss project that ranges between indie, folk and alternative-country that will most certainly be highly appreciated to fans of [ Carissa's Weird ] ~ [ Ida ] ~ [ Trespassers Williams ] ~ [ Gravenhurst ] ~ [ The Snake The Cross The Crown ] ~ [ Mojave 3 ] and you know basically all the EXCEPTIONAL indie-folk sound around. At this stage this [ Demo ] is only available for free streaming and purchase through [ BandCamp ] at a ridiculous $2. What can I say lads... now that is GOOD MUSICS at a CHEAP price and if I may emphasize just a tiny bit, SUPPORT THE BAND / THE MUSICS ). ~~~~~~~~ Artist - Tiny Lion Album - Demo Release Date - 2011 Genre - Folk, Indie, Alternative-country, Indie-folk Tracklist 1. Spring Nostalgia 02:03 download 2. Digging a Grave Is Hard Work 05:17 download 3. Stay With The Beat 03:39 download 4. Just a Hint 04:13 download 5. Nightlife 04:26 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tiny Lion - Demo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Idaho ~ Rivulets ~ Ida ~ Built To Spill ~ Lo-Fine --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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