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BRYAN MAGIC TEARS

  • 01. Ghetto Blaster
    02. CEO
    03. Marry me
    04. Lilac Tree
    05. Change
    06. 4 AM
    07. Sweet Jesus
    08. Slamino Day
    09. Oscillo Trail
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    BRYAN MAGIC TEARS

    4 AM

    [engl] 
    Remember those moth-eaten American bands on unreachable Midwest labels that, in the mid-1990s, would drop choruses that would make the Smashing Pumpkins green with envy, with the crummiest sound in the history of electricity? Maybe not. Well, Bryan's Magic Tears could have been one of them. This project launched four years ago by Benjamin Dupont (Dame Blanche), which features members and ex-members of La Secte Du Futur and Marietta, indeed has it all to occupy this niche, which, by the way, has quite fallen into disuse these days: toxic melodies, guitars oscillating between whiplashes and caresses, ghostly sonorities and a convoluted name referring to some obscure Parisian acid dealer. But wait: this is not about a vain stylistic exercise put together by some gifted kids who fantasize about a time they missed, nor a sad revivalist meeting of old farts who still haven’t gotten over turning 40. If listening to Bryan's Magic Tears brings the 90s to mind, it's not because of the sound – which, as it happens, is very close to that of their tour partners Le Villejuif Underground or Jessica93 – but because of a state of mind that was peculiar to the time and to this particular moment in adolescence, when the last illusions aroused by the fall of the Berlin Wall were slowly fading away, when the dark clouds of the first Gulf War were piling up; this carefree, jaded spleen perfectly depicted in Gregg Araki's films or in songs by Sebadoh, Beat Happening or Nirvana – or even in this famous line from Lou Reed's "Romeo Had Juliet": "It's hard to give a shit these days ".
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    07.12.2018
    Genre
    Garage / Powerpop
    Preis
    15,00 EUR
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    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    07.12.2018
    Genre
    Garage / Powerpop
    Preis
    12,50 EUR
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