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September Girls - Cursing The Sea Album


September Girls


Cursing The Sea



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1055 mb




Indie Rock, Garage Rock

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September Girls - Cursing The Sea Album


Secret Lovers
Someone New
Green Eyed
Cursing The Sea
Another Love Song
Left Behind


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FPOP158LPSeptember Girls Cursing The Sea ‎(LP, Album)Fortuna Pop!FPOP158LPUK2014
VJR-3167September Girls Cursing The Sea ‎(CD, Album)Vinyl Junkie RecordingsVJR-3167Japan2013
FPOP158CDSeptember Girls Cursing The Sea ‎(CD)Fortuna Pop!FPOP158CDUK2014
FPOP158LPSeptember Girls Cursing The Sea ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gli)Fortuna Pop!FPOP158LPUK2014
FPOP158September Girls Cursing The Sea ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Fortuna Pop!FPOP158UKUnknown


Cursing the Sea - September Girls. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Cursing The Sea by September Girls, released 06 January 2014 1. Cursing The Sea 2. Another Love Song 3. Left Behind 4. Heartbeats 5. Green Eyed 6. Ships 7. Talking 8. Daylight 9. Money 10. Someone New 11. Secret Lovers 12. Sister Debut album from Dublin band, September Girls. Released on Fortuna POP Vinyl and CD are available to order here: cat no FPOP158. Title track from the 2014 album by Dublin's September Girls. Cursing The Sea. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. BURGER RECORDS. Current track: Dead Ghosts - When It Comes To YouDead Ghosts - When It Comes To You. All of this brings us to Cursing the Sea, the debut album from these shadowy punkers, a 12-song tome of echo-dripping production and emotional cross currents of restlessness and despondency. September Girls fit nicely into the camp of more established acts traversing similar waters the same Jesus and Mary Chain buzzsaw guitars and reverb chamber drum sounds have shown up in countless other acts, in particular earlier fare from Dum Dum Girls, Crystal Stilts, and Crocodiles. Cursing the Sea is the debut studio album by Irish pop band September Girls. It was released in the UK on January 2014 under Fortuna Pop. Noel Gardner, music critic with NME, described the album's sound as bursting with the spirit of the Ramones circa End Of The Century while also stating that Caoimhe Derwin and Jessie. Listen free to September Girls Cursing The Sea Cursing The Sea, Another Love Song and more. 12 tracks 37:23. Cursing the Sea. September Girls. Pop 2014. The Farfisa-to-Vox keyboards often drive September Girls' songs, giving Green Eyed and Ships a sense of elevation, but its the full band effort that makes them special. Naturally, theres a derivative sense to much of the music, but songs such as Left Behind, Heartbeats, Talking, and Daylight retain enough freshness and energy to make them worthy steps forward for a group that clearly love classic sounds and a modern sense of mystery. If one gets past the walls of sound and reverb, there are vivid tales to unravel. Cursing The Sea is an enjoyable listen from start to finish whilst not possessing anything in the way of a number one single, the rawness and lo-fi feel will appeal to many. Read full review


Listen to music from September Girls like Cursing The Sea, Green Eyed & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from September Girls. September Girls are a five piece group hailing from Dublin, Ireland. Formed in September 2011, the band released a cassette on Scotlands Soft Power label in April 2012, which sold out worldwide within a week. The follow up to that, a 7 single featuring the tracks Green Eyed and Danny Woo read more. September Girls: Were a five-piece noise pop band from Dublin, Ireland. The band formed in September 2011 and performed their first gig in Dublin in November 2011. Having released singles under various labels between 2012 and 2013, the band signed to Fortuna Pop in 2013 and released their debut album in January 2014. Wasted, Quicksand, Wolves и другие песни. Age of Indignation - September Girls. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Age of Indignation. Исполнитель: September Girls. September Girls were a five-piece noise pop band from Dublin, Ireland. In Autumn 2014, ahead of their appearance at the CMJ Music Marathon in New York, the band announced signing to Kanine Records, and an EP release through Kanine & Fortuna Pop . Ireland Music Week. Non-profit organisation. Girl Band. September Girls - Befast - Friday. All we can promise in London tonite is lots more hair hairband noise guinness music. September Girls UK Tour May 2016. September Girls. Another Love Song. Cursing the Sea. Left Behind. Самые новые твиты от September Girls September Girls: We have uploaded an unreleased cover we recorded a few years back to our Bandcamp. All proceeds from this and any sales on our bandcamp this month will be donated to masi asylum and NAACP LDF EndDirectProvision BlackLivesMatter NewMusicFriday . Biography by Scott Kerr. Follow Artist. Irish all-girl outfit combine influences from the '90 shoegazers My Bloody Valentine, with Phil Spector-inspired harmonies. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . YG Entertainment Inc. UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor, CMRRA


I bought this album twice, the first was an opened copy and the second sealed. Both sounded like they were dropped wet into a vacuum cleaner bag. Worst-sounding record I have ever heard.
Agree with every word - well said. What the hell happened during the manufacture of this record? Dreadful, truly dreadful. A real shame cos when it comes down to the actual music this is an excellent album from one of the best newer bands around. Whoever was responsible for this pressing- hang your head in shame!
Thank you thornyeternity for your review.Agree with every word. Certainly the worst vinyl pressing I have ever heard too. Staggering really just how bad this actually is. What gets me is how on earth this record got allowed out to the shops for retail? I bought mine in a shop in Manchester. Did no-one connected to the manufacture of this or anyone at the record company ever listen to this after pressing and question whether this was good enough to be releasing and putting out on sale at around £18 a piece? The record company should have sent the whole lot back to the manufacturer and instructed them to be melted. I cannot make out any runout ID's but have a feeling this is a GZ Vinyl pressing which probably says a lot in itself.The thing is much of the contemporary vinyl I've bought over the past few years vary from rather bad (the Slowdive 'silver' vinyl being the latest) to just plain awful (this). The standard of vinyl pressing from my experience has declined now to the point where I question buying 'modern day' vinyl anymore. I've been buying records since the early 80's and never come across such poor quality as I have over the past 4 or 5 years. What on earth is going on? What or where is the quality control over these things now, exactly? I tend to get the impression that most issues seem to arise from all these coloured / marbled / multi-coloured / clear vinyl's i.e. anything that's not the traditional black that are in vogue at the current time.I've read many reviews on discogs re new LP's and so many of them are complaints about quality control over pressing standards - I think it's about time some kind of investigation was held by an associated industry body to find out what exactly is going wrong because these things are certainly not cheap anymore - the cost of a standard vinyl record appears to go up every year (while CDs appear to be getting cheaper) - and thus many music buyers / vinyl lovers are being ripped off by complete and pure shoddiness which ultimately makes the final product, however beautiful looking it may be in all it's coloured-paint splattered-marbled glory, quite frankly worthless.
Agree with previous post, this is probably the worse pressing I have ever heard with surface noises in all the silences, run off groove, etc and a general muffled and unpleasant sound to the music making it awful to play.
Hi there thornyeternity.Thank you for your review. Much appreciated. I have posted a reply but I posted it as a comment. Feel free to have a read. Many thanks once again.
I would be most interested to know if anyone else has experienced rather bad surface noise with this glitter vinyl? It seems to prevail over the music on both sides and especially between each track. Not a good pressing from my experience. If anyone else has any issues sound wise with this just post a comment and share your opinion. Cheers!

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