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The Distillery - How We Carry On EP (2015) / What You Told Me EP (2011)

11-06-2015, 18:23
Music | Blues

The Distillery - How We Carry On EP (2015) / What You Told Me EP (2011)

Artist: The Distillery
Title Of Album: How We Carry On EP / What You Told Me EP
Year Of Release: 2015/2011
Genre: Female Blues Vocals
Label: Duplium
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 22:34+18:33
Total Size: 105 MB
Covers: Front

01. You've Got No Right (To Have The Blues) (3:50)
02. Winston O! (3:01)
03. Wasting My Time (4:28)
04. Lalalalala (2:40)
05. Why You Stay (4:05)
06. How We Carry On (4:28)

Recorded in top Toronto studios Phase One, Revolution Recording and The Woodshed, “How We Carry On” picks up where the band’s debut left off. While the songs are still written by the core of the band, this recording showcases the full electric band that The Distillery performs live with. Engineered by Tim Vesely, the songs push the boundaries of the blues from the riff-laden opening of “You’ve Got No Right (to have the blues)”, to the blues-punk tune “Lalalalala”, wrapping up with the sweet and gentle “How We Carry On”.

“It’s still the core group at the heart of it,” says guitarist Neil Hendry, “but you get the energy of our live show that compliments our writing on this new recording. We’re quite thrilled with the results and hope you relate”.

The Distillery is:
Kristin Fung - Vocals
Neil Hendry – Guitar
Jordan Safer – Keys & Harmonica

Jeff Halischuk - Drums
Rail Koonin - Bass

The Distillery - How We Carry On EP (2015) / What You Told Me EP (2011)

01. Three More Days (2:05)
02. Leave My Baby Alone (2:28)
03. Glory (3:46)
04. Get Back To Love (4:04)
05. Jackie B. Wackie (2:29)
06. What You Told Me (3:39)

The Distillery are a very charming blues trio (sometimes five piece) that can appear to be deceptively mellow at times. Please don't relax too much, as we bring out the sabre tooth tiger when you least expect it. Look for our new release "How We Carry On" in 2015.

"This is a trio from Toronto who are touring throughout the midwest and east coast and are just working their way home this week. They play blues music which often does not excite me, but it does not take long before I realize that this band is not just an ordinary blues band. There are female vocals, acoustic guitar, and the third member rotates between harmonica and piano. The first song showcases outstanding harmonica. He plays it with great control of the volume and an incredibly smooth transition between notes. The vocals are excellent and also show a great understanding of dynamics. The guitarist is fitting in nicely until the third song when he moves to the front of the sound and shows that he is one of the best guitarists you will likely see in a while, as he has incredible speed and touch. They combine great style and substance and know how to work off of each other. This was an excellent set that went over extremely well with the crowd." - DC Rock Live

The Distillery began as a brainchild of Neil Hendry and Jordan Safer over beer and tea. Together with vocalist Myrrhine Faller, they went on to release "What You Told Me", winner of the 2012 Toronto Independent Music Award for Best Blues. The band was chosen as a finalist in the 2012 Toronto Blues Society Talent Search, and went on to tour West Coast Canada, and two US tours. With a handful of festival performances (including JunoFest, Barrie Jazz & Blues, etc) and some opening dates for UK guitarist Oli Brown, The Distillery is preparing to launch their new EP "How We Carry On", with new vocalist Kristin Fung. The recording was done in Toronto at Phase One Studios, Revolution Recording and The Woodshed with engineer Tim Vesely (Rheostatics). Look out for a 2015 tour announcement, because we like to play live and drink scotch with you.

The Distillery is...
Saskatoon-born guitarist
Toronto-born multi-instrumentalist
Vancouver-born vocalist

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