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Blasé Splee

Blasé Splee

Blasé Splee


Blasé Splee is a five piece independent rock band from Detroit, Michigan. Post punk guitars meet bearded 70’s road trip rock, relentless shambolic drums and lots of organs and pianos pushing it all forward. jeff milo | http://deepcutz.blogspot.com Somewhere the trio of Troy Gregory, Randy Newman and Jeff Tweedy are smiling at what they've enabled and set into motion with the creation of this unit. metrotimes ...uncatagorizical... like a history lesson in the last 25 years of pop music. Read more on Last.fm
Blasé Splee is a five piece independent rock band from Detroit, Michigan. Post punk guitars meet bearded 70’s road trip rock, relentless shambolic drums and lots of organs and pianos pushing it all forward. jeff milo | http://deepcutz.blogspot.com Somewhere the trio of Troy Gregory, Randy Newman and Jeff Tweedy are smiling at what they've enabled and set into motion with the creation of this unit. metrotimes ...uncatagorizical... like a history lesson in the last 25 years of pop music. ryan allen | http://www.detour-mag.com ...catchy songs that bounce from genre to genre without really committing to one or another. jeff nolan | http://www.motorcityblog.net Nobody knows how to describe these guys’ sound... tom matich | real detroit weekly The songs are extremely well-crafted and performed, the lyrics are great, the songs are soulfully sung and the harmonies are not just striking to the ears–they’re striking to the body... They were one of my favorite Detroit bands before this performance and after their performance last night they’re one of my favorite U.S. bands.

After next year, they’ll probably one of my favorite world music bands. scotter | http://www.post-rockist.com ...this Detroit quintet brews a refreshing and varied sound, leaning toward more raucous indie-rock but through a lens that’s both new and classical and structures both traditional and avant-garde (abrupt time signatures take a steady head-bop into a freewheeling romp). Guitars jangle, declarative pianos swoon, percussion goes from strict and walking to banging every pot in the cupboard. Very promising, sort of '60s baroque-pop meets American traditional rock ... maybe some folk, too? Or just rewardingly unclassifiable. jeff milo | real detroit weekly ...I thought I didn’t like this band.

Turns out I was way wrong. jasper | http://www.eatthiscity.com visit us on myspace | http://www.myspace.com/blasesplee official site | http://www.blasesplee.com we blog | http://blasesplee.blogspot.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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