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KELLEY STOLTZ

  • Cut Me Baby
    Jona
    Crossed Mind Blues
    You're Not Ice
    Star Cluster
    Pyramid Of Time
    Fictional Girl
    The Hill
    Litter Love
    Wobbly
    Heart Full Of Rain
    Destroyers & Drones
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    KELLEY STOLTZ

    In Triangle Time

    [engl] Silver-tongued songsmith and true American treasure Kelley Stoltz brings us a new collection of instant classics with just a hint more synthery than 2013's "Double Exposure". For those not yet in the fan club, Kelley’s like a Ray Davies/Brian Wilson/Tom Petty power-pop Cerebus from another dimension in which well placed tambourines, handclaps, and wry observations are a universal language. Criminally under-appreciated, Kelley's face should be on Amoeba-bucks for his contributions to the pop canon - I'd recommend the black lipstick smeared stand-out and lead-off track "Cut Me Baby" as his walk on music for the acceptance speech. Each track here leaps off the table with Kelley's carefully considered wit and expertly layered arrangements. His innate way around a sticky hook and no shortage of tasty studio flourishes will bring out your inner record collector nerd, guaranteed.
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    LPcol
    Release-Datum
    11.08.2015
     
  • 01. I'm Here For Now
    02. Tranquilo
    03. Get Over
    04. Feather Falling
    05. No Pepper for the Dustman
    06. Looking for a Spark
    07. Same Pattern
    08. For You
    09. Possessor
    10. Walking Against the Greenlight
    11. Empty Kicks
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    KELLEY STOLTZ

    Que Aura

    [engl] Extra fine songwriter and longtime bedroom-pop auteur Kelley Stoltz has a new album Que Aura, and it delivers on the promise so many of his records have slyly hinted at, teased us with - what we have here is the platonic ideal of a Kelley Stoltz record, which is a very exciting thing indeed. Mr. Stoltz continues to embrace his best synth-pop tendencies, but the glimmer silvers an incredibly self-assured set of tender tunes, embracing in his own hangdog fashion both a disco-lit abandon as well as the attendant post-party sighs of dread and remorse. Great songs come out of Kelley at an alarming rate on any given day but this particular collection is some of his most effortlessly catchy stuff yet. Ennui under the disco lights suits him very well - there’s a hearty sip of Pulp-ian white Brit shimmy with a wink…a dash of Fleetwood Mac’s cynically professional late 70’s sheen, and even a spritz or two of Echo and The Bunnymen, which should surprise no one who’s noticed Kelley’s been playing guitar with McCulloch and Co for the past year or so. This record should cement Kelley into the power-pop pantheon where he belongs, right between Dwight Twilley and Martin Newell…let the Hall of Fame know we’re expecting their call.
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    LP
    Release-Datum
    11.08.2017
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    EAN 814867024785
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    LPcol
    Release-Datum
    11.08.2017