Hear The Break - The Curious Mystery - We Creeling (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 19,  · On lessons from performing in “Hamilton” that we hear in the new album “Mr” the album name will be kept a mystery. 'It has a personal meaning for .
  2. The Brokenwood Mysteries is a series of two-hour murder mystery stories set in a seemingly quiet country town where the town's newest resident, Detective Mike Shepherd, finds that murder lurks in even the most homely location. Neill Rea (Scarfies, Legend of the Seeker, Go Girls) stars in the lead role of DSS Shepherd while Fern Sutherland (The Almighty Johnsons) plays Detective Kristin Sims.
  3. We Creeling finds the Curious Mystery's Shana Cleveland and Nicolas Gonzalez expanding the plaintive, reverberated sound of Rotting Slowly with new bassist Bradford Button and a long list of contributers, including violinist Gabriel Will (Hive Dwellers), pianist Andrew Dorsett, organist Aaron Otheim, cellist Dylan Rieck, and drummer Kristian Garrard (), along with a small choir and the help of 7/
  4. May 14,  · But while the band cherry-picks elements of sounds from artists all over the world, it s the way the Curious Mystery patches those elements together that .
  5. Started in by singers/multi-instrumentalists Shana Cleveland and Nicolas Gonzalez, the Curious Mystery present a very curious crossbreed of musical styles. Rooted in indie rock -- with tinges of Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  6. The dusty sweep that opens “Hear the Break” is a fair distillation of the record’s tone: feverish and shimmering, dream-like, highly evocative but intriguingly indistinct. The Curious Mystery succeed at synthesizing disparate influences, from the symphonic prog of The Moody Blues to the desert blues of North Africa.
  7. At the heart of Mystery's music we find multi-instrumentalist and producer Michel St-Pere, who has worked with different line-ups to further the band since its conception. The album has a long list of guest musicians, but I would never have guessed it when listening to this very cohesive, professional and well though-out album.

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