MP3 Los - Singles One and Two
Female fronted treo who manage to combine tempered grunge and intimate blues with a natural, skillful beauty that is both heart wrenching and inspiring
5 MP3 Songs in this album (19:20) !
Related styles: ROCK: Post-Rock/Experimental, BLUES: Dirty Blues
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we are los. we combine grungy punk soul with raw and gutsy blues with a bit of experimental thrown in. we are chris, helen and dan. we write, record, produce and release all our own music. we book and play a lot of gigs all over the uk. we released our first single on 7" vinyl (with free download) in february 2008 and then toured and then released our latest single in november 2008. we sell these from https://www.tradebit.com. we get reviews like ''absolutely brilliant'' and ''an act that will make your spine tingle'' and ''loads of impressive edgy style'' from british music press. we get orders for our vinyls from all over the world. we want to record our debut album in 2009. please listen to our music, tell a friend about us and come and see us live.
"this is absolutely brilliant, single of the month so far.
it''s proper broken heart music. it''s got that whole smacked
out, sexy swagger. it''s a beaut. it''s the most ballsy and
dangerous song we''ve listened to. it''s got a good, old-fashioned
whiskey-soaked swagger to it. what a fucking voice 9/10"
"without a doubt, my favourite unsigned band of the year.
they manage to combine tempered grunge and intimate
blues with a natural, skillful beauty that is both heart
wrenching and inspiring"
"keeping you in a headlock for four minutes until it, without
warning, leaves you wondering what the hell just happened.
a cymbal, a bass drum, some feedback. chills. tiny details,
huge result. when los get their canons adjusted, it could be
oh so heavenly"
"a fine slice of alternative punky agit-blues. scratchy
nailed-down sound and soothing voice. doing their already
rather distinctive and instinctive thing with bag loads of
impressive edgy style – especially with the beautifully
downbeat blues drenched ''what mother said'' - something
rather good starting to emerge here"