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Matt Nathanson - Show Me Your Fangs (2015) [HDTracks]

17-09-2016, 12:45
Pop | Alternative | Indie | HD & Vinyl

Title: Show Me Your Fangs
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Concord Vanguard
Genre: Alternative, Indie Pop, Acoustic, Singer-songwriter
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24Bit/96kHz]
Total Time: 34:44
Total Size: 781 MB (d.booklet)

Recorded: Decibelle Recording, San Francisco, CA; Tiny Telephone Studios, San Francisco, CA; Jerry Becker Mobile Recording, Atlanta, GA & Toronto, ON.

Matt Nathanson’s new album Show Me Your Fangs – his tenth studio recording – delves deeper and further into the complexities and observations of everyday life than any of his previous albums. Songs such as “Giants,” “Bill Murray,”
“Adrenaline,” “Washington State Fight Song,” and the title track tell vivid stories touching on the overall theme of self-identity and how we choose to reveal ourselves. These vignettes are all offered wrapped in richer, musical textures with Nathanson’s signature seductive hooks. In as much as these songs have a solemn message, leave it to Nathanson to offer the perfect counter balance with the album’s new single “Gold In The Summertime” with its sultry ‘70s soul groove. ....


01 Giants 03:49
02 Adrenaline 03:56
03 Gold In The Summertime 03:37
04 Bill Murray 03:28
05 Shouting 02:18
06 Show Me Your Fangs 03:47
07 Disappear 03:48
08 Washington State Fight Song 03:08
09 Playlists & Apologies 03:24
10 Headphones 03:29

Matt Nathanson - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Aaron Tap - Guitar, Piano, Vocals (Background)
Justin Barron - Piano
Jordan Katz - Horns
Dan Vosk - Guitar
Nathan Blaz - Cello
Yuri Kye - Violin

Matt Nathanson - Show Me Your Fangs (2015) [HDTracks]

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