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Reviews – Greycoats CD Release at Paikka: Back to the future of another world


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By Ann Treacy

Saturday night I was invited to awaken from 100-year sleep and become a crew member aboard spacecraft Aspera with the Greycoats to celebrate the release of their latest CD Adrift. The party and the music were both exactly what I imagined the future would be when I was a kid. It was a little retro, a little space age, a little kitsch and a lot of notes that struck just the right chord. Continue reading

Review – Greycoats – Adrift


By Kelsey Simpkins – http://theauralpremonition.weebly.com/

It’s a no-brainer that Greycoats’ latest release, Adrift, should attract a good deal of attention. It’s the third album created by a band comprised of four veteran musicians, with a loyal and adamant fan base, based on the eternal concept of space and time, recorded and produced by the band itself. At a point in time when just getting positive press coverage or a quality write-up is itself almost enough to solidify a band’s existence, that same simple act doesn’t do this group justice. Continue reading