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Fanno Creek - Monuments (2013)

4-12-2013, 10:24
Folk | Rock | Indie

Fanno Creek - Monuments (2013)

Artist: Fanno Creek
Title Of Album: Monuments
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: SohiTek
Genre: Folk, Indie Rock
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 48:23 min
Total Size: 113 MB


1.Overture 00:41
2.On My Way 03:47
3.Trilithon 03:17
4.How Long 03:43
5.Page 04:33
6.Bones 02:33
7.Body, Brain 04:45
8.Dead Wrong 04:06
9.Break In 03:47
10.Green Stones 05:42
11.Dream Song 04:44
12.What Am I Thinking 06:45

Portland Oregon's Fanno Creek have amassed a sizable following in what seems like a short amount of time, but the trio's musical lineage can be traced back to childhood. Friends since preschool, Evan Hailstone and Quinn Mulligan have been creating music together since the age of 15. Growing up together with a love for classic rock, the two continued to play in bands together until college, where they met drummer Dane Brist (Hailstone was actually Brist's RA) who shared their love of film and music. While the trio has seen several incarnations with members manning different rolls, 2009 saw the final line up of the band, who chose the name Fanno Creek after the creek where Mulligan and Hailstone played together as children.

The band's sense of familiarity has translated to their live show, where their life-long chemistry and accessible rapport can engage even the most jaded audience member. Having played furiously since their formation in Forest Grove, the band has become a staple of Portland's music venues, and a favorite among veteran Portland folk rockers.

Recorded at revolver, their debut full length, Monuments, shows a giant leap forward for the band. Ditching the limitations of the bands 3 piece line-up, the trio take the opportunity to explore larger sound and scope. Lyrically, the album finds Mulligan and Hailstone exploring both the everyday and the infinite, and the relationship between the two. To compliment the thematic content, the music finds itself more textured and orchestrated then previous EPs, and it's to the records benefit. The result sounds like a band taking the wisdom of the cosmos and funneling it through the symphonic jangle pop of Simon and Garfunkel.

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