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Snakehips Must Be Present To Win album cover

Snakehips “Must Be Present To Win”

Harrison has quietly released an enduring catalog of power pop, rock, and hauntingly spare ballads. Each is colored by an assortment of musical flourishes, from the country tinged pedal steel, to a Wurlitzer organ, a horn section, strings, and Moog synthesizers. “Win” continues this progression and adds the band’s first video for the song Tennessee.

The album begins with the dark tone of a society in decline: the brooding protopunk of Tennessee and Swinger. Next, they move to the rootsier vibes of Only One and Live Free Or Die, a world weary country lament. Can’t Turn You plays as one long garage rock hook. New Day is pure power pop. Diverse in influences and focused as a rock album, “Win” draws from the rich history of music made in Tennessee.

Track Listing:

1. Tennessee
2. Swinger
3. Only One
4. Live Free Or Die
5. New Day
6. One Black Suit
7. Can’t Turn You
8. Beautiful Mistake
9. Tonight
10. Sad Eyes

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Amenities Package “Out of Phase” EP

The debut EP from Nashville based Amenities Package.

Members of Amenities Package include, but are not limited to: Price Harrison, Mark Harrison, John Sheridan, Kye Kennedy, Steve Ebe, and Steve Arnold.

Track Listing:

1. Out of Phase
2. Smokescreen of Perfection
3. Wanted To Be
4. Where You Are
5. On Your Side

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Snakehips “Month of Sundays”

On the new Snakehips offering, Harrison’s flare for the pop-tinged, tight, and no-frills rock number, such as “Time to Cry,” or “Walk Away” is executed with such ease; it surpasses its initial influences. Yet, it’s the mature confidence in his softer, folk-based songs that demands attention. The aching “Love Poison” hosts an ingenious, scant electric guitar line that drops in a bed of church-like keyboards, with Harrison’s near-country, deadpan vocal delivery of lines like, “Though I may wonder more, I know the color of my dreams,” is near perfect.

The following “When I’m Blue,” accompanied with Jonathan Kirkscey’s cello and Doug Easley’s subtle pedal steel, provides a brilliant ambiance of melancholy and beauty. “When I Was Your Guy,” the record’s closer, employs a chugging acoustic guitar and synthesized strings, pointing to a new musical direction that Harrison has toyed with in the past.

Month of Sundays is the kind of record that one might hope that Alex Chilton still has in him, or that Paul Westerberg could be bothered to put together. And this is what I mean by “surpassing” influences, Mark Harrison, with his new Snakehips release, has quietly progressed with this record of varied pop nuggets. Mark Shikuma / North Coast Journal, January 2010

Track listing

1. Walk Away
2. Come On
3. Time To Cry
4. Sheena
5. Wonderland
6. Killing Floor
7. Love Poison
8. When I’m Blue
9. Brand New
10. When I Was Your Guy

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