The London Souls album ‘Here Come The Girls’ captures the seismic, raw rock & roll and prowess that’s landed them on stages with The Roots and Trombone Shorty, combined with sophisticated studio flourishes yielding psychedelia-kissed power pop a la ‘Revolver’ and Big Star. Guitarist/singer Tash Neal and drummer/singer Chris St. Hilaire recorded every instrument on the album and it was produced by Eric Krasno of Soulive/Lettuce. This is the debut release on Krasno’s Feel Music label, to be released in conjunction with its partner label Round Hill…
When Lenny McBrowne and the 4 Souls began gigging in Sacramento and San Francisco clubs they were critically hailed as the greatest promise for the future of West Coast jazz. The leader had gained much of his experience working with Harold Land and playing engagements with Sonny Rollins, Benny Golson and Curtis Fuller. His renowned finesse as a drummer was acquired while mastering the subtleties of his mentor, Max Roach. In these sessions for Pacific Jazz and Riverside, he showed he had become one of the top drummers on the jazz scene, and his young musicians—average age 25—swing hard as a unit. Terry Trotter, Don Sleet and Daniel Jackson are here on top of the demands he placed on them.
ILLDISPOSED's new album "With The Lost Souls On Our Side" was produced, mixed and mastered by Tue Madsen at the Antfarm Studio. Lasse Hoile is responsible for the album artwork. The album is also available as limited edition digipak with two exclusive bonus tracks!
A small Mexican village faces the disappearance of a corpse. The dead man’s brother goes out to find his detective friend, a cowboy. However, he is killed by a gang that seeks to get the insurance money from the policy put on the dead man by his aunt. Meanwhile, a strange fish-man monster is stalking our heroes with the intent to kill! Can the cowboy solve the mystery in time?