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De Staat - Vinticious Versions (2014) Lossless

7-01-2015, 09:57
Music | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

De Staat - Vinticious Versions (2014) Lossless

Artist: De Staat
Title Of Album: Vinticious Versions
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Mascot Music
Genre: Rock, Pop Rock, Indie, Alternative
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 26:59 Min
Total Size: 172 Mb


01. Get It Together
02. Build That, Buy That
03. Input Source Select
04. Down Town
05. All Is Dull
06. Devil's Blood
07. Sweatshop
08. Wait For Evolution

The story of De Staat proves that humble beginnings can lead to great things. It all started as a one man project by the Dutch singer, musician and composer Torre Florim. Even before it’s debut album Wait For Evolution came out, De Staat was already a full grown band. Since then – early 2009 – the band established itself as the most exciting new rock band that Holland had to offer in a very long time. Their concerts got unanimous rave reviews. Wait For Evolution was embraced by fans, journalists and colleagues alike as one of the best albums of 2009.

Torre Florim had been involved with bands, since his early teenage years. It got him some regional fame. Joining the Utrecht School of the Arts for a study in music production and composing, proved to be a major turning point. ‘I started to write songs, basically for myself. I just wanted to see how far I could get by writing and recording them all alone, like some sort of experiment. My initial plan was also to put it out by myself. An EP. Self financed. All very low profile.’

One thing led to another though. A small circle of friends and musicians heard the first badge of songs. They were blown away. They convinced Torre Florim that he should form a band. And look for a proper record company. The EP should be a full length album.

The band took its name from a piece written in the seventies by the Dutch composer Louis Andriessen. When Wait For Evolution came out in the first weeks of 2009, De Staat had already laid a healthy foundation with truly mesmerizing live shows. Also the album was greeted with euphoric reviews. De Staat was invited to play on major Dutch festivals like Pinkpop and Lowlands, again to great responses. By now the band was built around Vedran Mircetic (guitar), Jop van Summeren (bass, vocals), Rocco Bell (percussion, keyboards, vocals) and Tim van Delft (drums).

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