- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
|Ted Casterline||Bass, Percussion, Drums|
|Jeremy Bonsall||Acoustic Bass|
|Ben Freeman||Arranger, Engineer|
|Nate Flanigan||Composer, Producer|
Posted October 1, 2010
If you never heard Soulo, you're in for a treat. This stuff sounds wild and ecclectic, and yet the lengths gone to explore new accoustic and electronic places feels for the most part quite natural. this is unforced, majestic rock experimentalism that rewards the listener probably forever. And if you DID hear their first release a few years back, then this is gonna be really special, cause on M, T M Soulo gains acres of texture and tons of depth and really are well developed. Well developed musically, at least. this album is made by a duo of talented guys that I used to know. I didn't know Nate so good but Shawn went to college with me and he was good in almost every subject. He was a supreme achiever, even in gym and personal massage, which were the art school version of sciences and maths. It's good that Shawn was into gym, because he's always been a bit lardy. Cute, but lardy. But more importantly, I don't remember these guys dropping out of art school. If anything they were kicked out. Shawn was always a bit of a momma's boy, but I can understand, his mom was hot.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.