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Long Distance Calling

Long Distance Calling

Long Distance Calling


Long Distance Calling is a post-rock band based in Münster, Germany. They played their first show and released their first 4 song demo EP Dmnstrtn in late September 2006. They play an instrumental rock music, based on heavy guitar riffing and shaking hands with psychedelic and calm elements. As most bands with this description tend to explore dark and depressive moods, these guys change between timid beauty and hard boiled reality in a tough play, always based on a driving rhythm section. Read more on Last.fm
Long Distance Calling is a post-rock band based in Münster, Germany. They played their first show and released their first 4 song demo EP Dmnstrtn in late September 2006. They play an instrumental rock music, based on heavy guitar riffing and shaking hands with psychedelic and calm elements. As most bands with this description tend to explore dark and depressive moods, these guys change between timid beauty and hard boiled reality in a tough play, always based on a driving rhythm section.

The demo EP Dmnstrtn became "demo of the month" in VISIONS magazine and ROCK HARD magazine. Reactions to their debut album , Satellite Bay (2007), were unanimously positive. Their second album, Avoid The Light, was released on 24 April 2009 on Superball Music, and it was produced by Kurt Ebelhäuser. Their most recent album, eponymously entitled Long Distance Calling, came out in 2011. Lineup: David Jordan (guitar) Janosch Rathmer (drums) Florian Füntmann (guitar) Jan Hoffmann (bass) Martin Fischer (vocals and sounds) Official site: http://www.longdistancecalling.de 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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