MP3 Saucy Monky - Turbulence (Euro Version)
Vibe-y guitar-pop, with soaring harmonies, haunting melodies & catchy hooks.
13 MP3 Songs in this album (47:54) !
Related styles: ROCK: Modern Rock, POP: California Pop
Fans and press alike have embraced the distinctive meshing of Irish and American cultures behind Saucy Monky. This diverse 2- singer band celebrates the partnership of songwriters Annmarie Cullen, born and raised in Dublin, Ireland and New Jersey native, Cynthia Catania. Band mates Carson Cohen & Adam Marcello grew up in America on the East & West coasts respectively.
Their sophmore effort, TURBULENCE, is the follow-up to Saucy Monky''s critically acclaimed debut album, CELEBRITY TRASH, which scored the band two hit radio singles in 2003 with the gloriously infectious "DON''T WANNA KNOW YOUR NAME", (which was voted a top Irish single of 2003 by HOT PRESS) and the beautiful "FLICKER". Songs from the album have also been featured on various MTV reality shows. TURBULENCE exhibits a more sophisticated, yet raw electro-acoustic growth from the garage sounding CELEBRITY TRASH.
While recording TURBULENCE in Los Angeles, this "indie band at heart" caught the attention of major industry heavyweights such as star mixer Chris Fogel (Alanis Morissette, U2, Aerosmith) and keyboardist Jeremy Ruzumna (Macy Gray collaborator), both of whom lend their talents on the sophomore release.
"Turbulence, the debut album proper from Saucy Monky, is one of those records. It is at once rich, smart, sexy, thrilling, entertaining, diverse and hugely accomplished. It is a great rock n'' roll record, both playful and deep, its sometimes dark indie heart-core spangled with enough sparks of pop magic to light up the western sky."
"They may be indie kids at heart but they have the moves and the melodies to woo major https://www.tradebit.comrbulence shows the swagger and the bottle of real rockers. But it also has the emotional range, musical fearlessness and personal conviction to make it wonderfully and widely accessible."
editor, HOT PRESS MAGAZINE