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Mr. Boneless - Cutting Teeth (2014)

9-09-2014, 21:15
Music | Blues | Rock

Mr. Boneless - Cutting Teeth (2014)

Artist: Mr. Boneless
Title Of Album: Cutting Teeth
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues/Rock
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:37
Total Size: 89 Mb

1. Shame (4:50)
2. Stonedead Waltz (3:44)
3. Vetis (4:07)
4. Snakehouse (2:13)
5. Captain (3:16)
6. Skull Kid (3:42)
7. The Crossing (6:09)
8. John The Baptist (4:11)
9. Goddam (2:57)
10. Everything's Alright (2:24)

The upcoming Mr. Boneless album, entitled "Cutting Teeth" has been a long time coming. The band officially formulated in 2010 with SUNY Fredonia as the backdrop, but according the bassist, Nate Bailey, Boneless has roots that go back a few years earlier.

"2010?" he questions, somewhat unsure of the exact dates. "Yeah, 2010. But Elliot and I had been doing several different music projects for three of four years before that. But the band officially started in Fredonia, NY in 2010."

Consisting of Elliot Darling (vocals, guitar,) Joseph Murray Myers (guitar,) Nate Bailey (bass,) and Brian McKenna (drums,) Mr. Boneless was a hit almost immediately in the Fredonia area. For a solid two years, the band carved out a reputation in the community as a exciting live rock band. The group possesses a knack for writing lyrically driven songs that are rooted in folk and blues music, but also have a serious tendency to fly off the rail, with abrupt changes in composition and dynamic.

Their time in the Fredonia region was marked by house and basement shows, packed crowds at hipster hotspot, BJ's and a trip to the SUNY Fredonia Battle of the Bands (where they narrowly lost to a few acts that are no longer in existence.) The band's foundational days at SUNY Fredonia culminated with the production of their first EP: 2012's "Shame," which featured fan-favorite, "Storms," seldom heard nowadays.

In 2013 the band relocated to the Buffalo area and has since been active working with booking company, Bumrush Booking. The band makes frequent trips to the Rochester and Chautauqua County region and has been working to build their fanbase in the Buffalo area. Currently they're excited about the release of their first full-length album: "Cutting Teeth."

The album was recorded and mixed with Ian Shoenberger of Excello Studios. More than anything, "Cutting Teeth" is an attempt to capture (in a studio) the sound that Mr. Boneless has been exploring in a live setting. Bailey says, "we wanted to make an album that matched our live sound. We actually recorded live. We didn't do each instrument, each track... We did all the instruments at once. As far as the sound goes, I think its pretty close to what we sound like live."

The band strayed away from the traditional route of playing to a click-track, mostly because "the songs change tempos and they change dynamic and they change time signatures a lot," Bailey says. "For us, playing with a click track isn't the best way to go about it."

Mr. Boneless has a slew of things planned in support of "Cutting Teeth." The weekend before the release, they'll play two nights in Binghamton, NY (at Fitzies and the Cyber Cafe) and the week of the release is marked by two radio appearances and release shows in Rochester (at the Bug Jar) and Buffalo (at the Gypsy Parlor.) They'll also be playing shows for the upcoming Buffalo Infringement Festival.

The band has always wanted to make and album and is excited about the release of "Cutting Teeth," however the interest was always in making music. They just figured the album would come. Bailey says, "of course we wanted to make an album. But that was never the driving force. We just wanted to write music."

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