Category: Alternative

The Surface - GB Arts - The Lake (CD, Album)

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  1. Pulverising riffs, blazing speed, calculus-style time shifts and a barely-under-the-surface free-jazz obsession. Pure fucking intense aggression, total hatred and extreme chaotic annihilation. Featuring drummer Weasel Walter (Flying Luttenbachers, Lake of Dracula, To Live And Shave in L.A.). .
  2. surfaces is a music group based out of texas consisting of forrest frank and colin padalecki. after fully forming in , surfaces released their first full-length album, surf. the group has been praised for its genre-bending, feel-good music that has been compared to the likes of oldies infused with hip hop. following the major success of surf, surfaces returned in with their 2nd album.
  3. This is an excellent album for those that love the sound of 80s R&B from back in the day. I wassn't even in my teens when this was released but I remeber Surface very well. This album was solid all the way through and sometimes you have to go get older music to get that type of satisfaction from music now/5(7).
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  8. Three years after releasing the heavenly midtempo boogie track "Falling in Love" on Salsoul, Surface signed to Columbia and released their first album, a Lover's Lane paradise populated by aching, delicately durable ballads -- "Happy" being the absolute hottest. Few of the ten tracks cannot be classified as slow or slowish, including the decent late-period electro of "You're Fine" and "Lady.