In the process of recording, both Marlon and producer Wouter Budé showed vision in pursuing an all anolog sound that would still appear to sound like the modern age. 'Independence?' offers a variety of atmospheres for everyone to enjoy. The unique way of recording every sound helped develop an identity to all twelve tracks on the album. Without vocal auto-tuning.
Without the use of any electronical instruments or VST instruments. But with a lot of diversity. With songs of hope, love and consideration, Marlon Penn's 'Independence?' could be the new Indie hit of the decade. Even before releasing the album, Marlon Penn's voice was being compared to Ryan Adams, Ben Harper, Jeff Buckley and even Thom Yorke in live reviews.
Marlon Penn started playing with The Modern Underground one year after the first recordings. Many were amazed by the unconventional playing style of The Modern Underground, submitting the audience to rushful noise and awkward silences. An amazing vocal delivery by Marlon Penn finishes the deal. 3voor12 about No Sleep Til'Burg 2009: "Penn and his band know how to handle this thing.
(…) One of few shining, groundbreaking musicians of the night." 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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