MP3 Signal Hill Transmission - Tomorrow, The Stars
Sonically evoking the willful swagger of the late 70''s British mod scene and the smart, synthesized hooks of contemporary European indie-pop as well as the desperate honesty of the alt-country rock that first inspired the band.
11 MP3 Songs
POP: Power Pop, ROCK: Roots Rock
Signal Hill Transmission - "Tomorrow, The Stars" (2005)
"Tomorrow, The Stars," the debut full-length CD from Los Angeles based Signal Hill Transmission, was recorded and produced by the band itself in a friend''s house in Echo Park, CA during the Fall of 2004. The album is a fresh, energetic testament to the band''s evolution since singer/guitarist Scott Warren and drummer Scott Schoen formed the band three years prior. Just weeks after the 2002 release of their first EP "Home," the duo became a four-piece, adding bassist Duane Rakestraw and guitarist Mon Agranat to the collaborative mix. In mid-2003, the group released a four-song EP that showcased the considerable growth it had experienced since "Home." The self-titled EP included "On and Off," a song that became one of the most played tracks on Bob Harris'' BBC Radio Show for that year. Now, on "Tomorrow, The Stars," Signal Hill Transmission works with an even more sophisticated and diverse sonic palette, yet continues to preserve Warren''s gift for lyrical empathy. The album evokes a compelling variety of influences, from the willful swagger of the late 70''s British mod scene and the smart, synthesized hooks of contemporary European indie-pop to the desperate honesty of the Midwestern alt-country rock that first inspired the band.
Beautifully packaged, "Tomorrow, The Stars" includes a 16-page full-color booklet with lyrics and photography.
Listen to the record in it''s entirety at: https://www.tradebit.com