Fill your moon in all 8 houses You work the group round the room for it Gave me the part so I fixate on it Dismantle myself broke my life for it Caught up in the broad conquest Dissolved my being Into a passing fancy Aren't you tired Tired Running the same damn line With rocks tied to both sides You bleed. the need Just a drain on me. More on Genius. Both sides" Track Info. Written By Jessica Larrabee. Mixing Nicolas Vernhes & Gabe Wax. Mastered by Heba Kadry.
She Keeps Bees is a rock and roll band from Brooklyn, New York, formed in 2006 and consisting of Jessica Larrabee on vocals and guitar and Andy LaPlant on drums. They have been compared to Patti Smith, the White Stripes, The Kills, PJ Harvey, and Cat Power. Larrabee was recording an album as a solo artist under the name She Keeps Bees ("bees" coming from her surname) and met LaPlant when she was his bartender.
She Keeps Bees know in every issue to generate tension, sometimes by a bumbling rocking guitar riff (as in Both Sides) but more often choose the group for more subtle means. Best price on the number itself that crystallizes from Breezy. With Eight Houses has She Keeps Bees an album in hands that they could be the breakthrough might force to a wider audience. Rispondi Avvertimi Helpful.
Info for Eight Houses. She Keeps Bees have self-recorded and released music made at home since 2006. Their debut album, Minisink Hotel, was described by NYC’s Other Music as the best album you’ve never heard. Nests, their second full-length, was admired by the Guardian as sparse, soulful and defiantly retro. Their third LP, Dig On, was praised by the BBC as 'an album of fire, spirit, and sweat. Jessica Larrabee, guitar, vocals Andy LaPlant, drums. Recorded and mixed by Nicolas Vernhes and Gabe Wax Produced by Nicolas Vernhes and She Keeps Bees Mastered by Heba Kadry.
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For their fourth album, 2014's Eight Houses, they've hired some outside help in the form of producer Nicolas Vernhes (Spoon, Dirty Projectors, Deerhunter) and . indie label Future Gods. Letting a label do some of the dirty work certainly eases some stress, though it has little to do with their sound.
While Eight Houses sees She Keeps Bees moving deeper into the roots of folk rather than blues, Larrabee is clawing farther into soul. Her voice rips from deep within her lungs on Breezy, filling the room with the unflinching power of Florence Welch or Torres. Just as her self-taught vocal lessons screwed a hinge into the style, it’s the raw warmth and menacing emotion Larrabee nails to each word that makes her lines pound with aggression. Their smoky voices end the album with the soft kiss of death. After all, She Keeps Bees spend half an hour seducing listeners until they remember they’re sitting in the carved grave of those who lost their independence centuries ago. Essential Tracks: Breezy, Both Sides, and Greasy Grass.
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