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Reception Is Suspected

Reception Is Suspected

Reception Is Suspected


“Our idea was to be a rock band, a rock band without guitars.” Two days before Hurricane Katrina slammed the South-coast, Sam Anselmo and Noah Danos of the Tech-Rock duo Reception Is Suspected, were ignoring the weather warnings and feverishly finishing their debut album. “We had a to get it to Jeff Lipton (Peerless Mastering) that week but knew we would at least be loosing power for a couple days.” Having recently moved their studio from New Orleans to Baton Rouge the boys felt safe from the brunt of the storm. Read more on Last.fm
“Our idea was to be a rock band, a rock band without guitars.” Two days before Hurricane Katrina slammed the South-coast, Sam Anselmo and Noah Danos of the Tech-Rock duo Reception Is Suspected, were ignoring the weather warnings and feverishly finishing their debut album. “We had a to get it to Jeff Lipton (Peerless Mastering) that week but knew we would at least be loosing power for a couple days.” Having recently moved their studio from New Orleans to Baton Rouge the boys felt safe from the brunt of the storm. So with a house full of evacuees “The New American Etiquette” was finished. The album’s sound is massive. Imagine the power of Bonham’s drums, mixed with the childlike melodies of Kraftwerk, and run through a nasty Big Muff Distortion pedal.

Can you hear it? Reception Is Suspected’s live show is an energetic workout. No checking email behind laptops. No feet gently tapping to muted beats or loud whispers. It is a full on rock fest Zeppelin would be proud of.

“Primarily we are a live band. There is a connection between us and the audience and our machines respond to that enthusiasm,” Danos describes. “It is cool to dance again, to sweat, to leave with a smile, that’s sexy, that’s rock-n-roll.” taken from www.receptionissuspected.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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