|Various Artists / Home: A Split With Ghosted And Phantom Float|
|Album:||Home: A Split With Ghosted And Phantom Float||Collection:||General|
|Label:||(No Label Information)|
|Add Date:||2009-02-08||Pull Date:||2009-04-12|
|Week Ending:||22 Mar||15 Mar||8 Mar||15 Feb|
|1.||Mar 18, 2009:||The Heart of KZSU |
Don't Put Your Guns
|4.||Mar 04, 2009:||The Heart of KZSU |
All Patience Ever Got Me Was A Black Eye
|2.||Mar 11, 2009:||The Heart of KZSU |
|5.||Feb 13, 2009:||Pants down in the Oval Office |
|3.||Mar 06, 2009:||Orangeasm |
Phantom Float 1st band, 90’s indie rock with a sense of the expansiveness, theatricality, melodrama of post-rock. Most songs in minor key, 4+mins long, and change a few times.|
1.mid-fast start, big middle-end
2.rich electric guitar sounds. Picks up w/funky drum riff halfway through. About being bitten by a vampire?
3.Low key intro, then big bassy music with self-destructive unhappy lyric. Some _ metal bits interspersed with the 4/4.
5.Mid-energy. Good guitar/drum rhythm interplay.
6.Great guitar sound, epic set closer. Computer vocal, otherwise an instrumental track until the last minute.
Ghosted 2nd band, straight-up indie rock, even a bit punkish. Great song titles, songs have lots of lyrics without chorus (sorta like Firey Furnaces), musically it’s generally fast-paced guitar/drums/bass/angsty M vox. Most tracks on the short side, 3 mins or under.
7.fast & just the right length (2:20)
8.Also on the fast & aggressive side
9.a bit quieter/calmer, less distortion, bass in the forefront
10.speaking & hollering over easy-going riffs, then punk break
11.kinda happy music. Lyrics not so great (well most of the songs lyrics shouldn’t be listened to too closely).
12.good drumroll about a minute in. Overall, complaining emo punk.
13.Nice punchy punky