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Whale Tooth

Whale Tooth

Whale Tooth


For a band whose name comes from an odd family heirloom, and whose sound can only be described as genuinely unabashed dance floor rock, Whale Tooth defy nostalgia yet remind listeners of another era in music. Formed through mutual friends and a mutual conviction that music ought to get ones' blood running fast, since 2008 Whale Tooth have already played well over including stops at festivals like Rifflandia, Ottawa Bluesfest, and CMJ. Front-woman Elise LeGrow has found the secret to infusing her classic jazz Read more on Last.fm
For a band whose name comes from an odd family heirloom, and whose sound can only be described as genuinely unabashed dance floor rock, Whale Tooth defy nostalgia yet remind listeners of another era in music. Formed through mutual friends and a mutual conviction that music ought to get ones' blood running fast, since 2008 Whale Tooth have already played well over including stops at festivals like Rifflandia, Ottawa Bluesfest, and CMJ. Front-woman Elise LeGrow has found the secret to infusing her classic jazz background into indie-rock. Her powerful, effortless vocals coupled with Norm Maschke and Alex Denike's guitar and harmonies "will ignite the fire in your soul, and make you 'twist and shout' over and over again" (Earshot).

With Sep Noroozi (drums) and Michael McCreary (bass/vocals) providing the rhythms, the band looks to continue to expand their repertoire and excite new audiences. A lot has happened in a short period of time for a band whose been busy converting jaded indie fans into ardent believers with NOW Magazine proclaiming that "any new wave references are more Elvis Costello than New Order. [Whale Tooth] excels at bouncy, major-key guitar pop crammed with hooks and just enough soul to stand out." Coming off their successful 5-song EP which saw them play with the likes of Tokyo Police Club, Mother Mother, Hey Ocean and a stop at the Rifflandia Festival – Whale Tooth finished off the touring cycle for the first album as direct support on Mother Motherʼs national tour in 2011. Look for their new record, Search Party, coming soon. Instrumentation Alex Denike- guitar/vocals Elise LeGrow- main vocals Michael McCreary- bass Norman Maschke- guitar/vocals Sep Noroozi- drums 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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