This may be the best review for our EP that we’ve ever read. It says that I was probably well liked in high school because I sold valium to football players. Take a read…
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Broken English Translation!
(Jesse Northey, Nick Vedres and Chris Banmann forms together the musical triumvirate ‘ Jesse And the Dandelions ’ that its thuisbasis has in the Canadian Lethbridge, Alberta. A young couple India rockers who with “ The Lion ’ s Tooth ” have made their very first studio record and on nothing less than the complete world aim to be boasted and as much as possible live actions to be able go play. Nine melodious headstocks and rocksongs + one ‘ hidden track ’ decorate this cd. More open “ Lion & A Bird ” in the heard located uptempo a popsong go smoothly is. “ Where The wild Things are ” form afterwards a langzaamaan growing rocker and let hear why some reviewers concerning voice resemblances with ‘ cap Shop Boys ’ – leadzanger Neil Tennant speaks. The number “ in Limbo shows ” what Caraïbische consonances but also the electric jet ears are taken into consideration largely whereas Jesse Northey sings softly. “ Every Move A Picture ”, “ Advice ” and “ When You which You Get A Planet ” we catalogeren more earlier under catchy uptempo popsongs than as rock numbers. “ Bible And A grants ” then on bluegrass and country music has been inspired a number with the obligatory gepingel on banjo and bijhorende harmonica interlude by guest bandsman Steve Foord (of ‘ The Necessities ’). ‘ Jesse And The Dandelions ’ keep the bests according to our opinion for last. The slow ballad “ Lights ” and the ‘ also live sung hidden track ’ and rocker “ The Van Song ” can charm our still allermeest on this debut album, which can allicht ring in, however, a good beginning to hopelijk langjarige a musical career.)
A kind word from Edmonton’s very own “The Joe” Gurba
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Esper Records launch party review, by Chris Hibbard.
We had a super blast playing Freshfest. I hope you all cherish your new “honor roll 1997″ and “Most Improved Bowler 2001″ prize medals! We’ll also keep in mind to work in more confetti cannons, all the time! Here is a nice review from the meliorist!
A review of our new song Stealing Moonbeams/ shout out from Sound Vat blog!
A show review from our Calgary show, during our June tour from The Folded Records blog!
“Alright, we have a bouquet of electro spring flowers for you this week… the long-awaited new single from Junior Boys, the surprise new single from MSTRKRFT, and one of the most talked about Canadian artists at SxSW, Austra.
Also on the podcast, we’ll celebrate Old Man Luedecke’s second Juno win in as many albums in our 90 Second Egg, and we’ll introduce you to fine young Canadian artists like Brigs from Whitehorse and Jesse and the Dandelions from Lethbridge.
All that, plus the Good Lovelies, Will Currie and the Country French, Daniel Romano and more. Earbuds in, volume up, smiles wide!”
We start playing at 7:15 and he talks about us and says very nice things at 16:30. Take a listen here… http://r3.ca/0E2i