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The INTANGIBLES "The Religion Club" Official video from the album I Woke up in the future
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Music/lyrics by Beirne Lowry copyright 2010
Instruments/vocals - Beirne
Violin - Cecil Hooker
The Intangibles are:
Beirne Lowry - Singing, bass guitar, pedal synthesizers, Moog, and acoustic guitar strumming...sometimes all at the same time... and singapore curry rice noodles. By day he's a director/designer, best know for creating the open to "the Colbert Report" on comedy central.
Drew "Android" Scholz - Guitars, slide Guitar and guitar that sounds like an old organ, and very spicy shrimp wonton dumplings. By day he fights for the rights of the common and not-so-common people.
Joe Scholz - drums and cymbals and General Tso's spicy chicken allwhitemeat1$extra, legal pontification. By day he fights for YOUR right to party, at work and at home!
"The Intangibles debut release is candy for the ears ...energized with rich vocal harmonies, psychedelic soundscapes, cutting guitar riffs and thought provoking lyrics layered over refreshingly invigorating rock beats. It leaves the listener wanting more and getting it with every hit of the play button. " - Capi’s Happy Music Blog
The Intangibles are at their best when they tread somewhere between furrowed prog-rock intensity and accessible pop songcraft, and I Woke Up in the Future is a near-perfect blend of both.
Many music fans argue about the proper length for an album, but they’ll all have to forgive The Intangibles for their 62-minute opus. To their credit, they manage to create an instrumentally arresting experience without sacrificing structure, songwriting, and singability, and they incorporate the classic sounds they love without any blatant artistic rip-offs. Even more importantly, the lyrical content matches the wit and diversity of the music.
...the band’s Zeppelin-worshipping roots peek through thanks to spidery guitar passages & dramatic mood shifts. ...of moments of complex prog-rock and psychedelic exploration a la Tool, Porcupine Tree, King Crimson,.....also space-rock and shoegaze ... ultimately, many of the influences inhabit the same song.
Review by Bryan Rodgers
4 Stars (out of 5)