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Spells & Charms

by Factums

Intelligent, angular industrial noise rock with garage-rock influences and a lo-fi mentality
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Unearthed
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2. Lost One
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3. Scene 2
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4. Marches
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5. Mixture
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6. Anopheles
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7. Think Tank
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8. Spells & Charms
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9. De-Arranged
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10. Mancy
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11. Origami
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12. Slide
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13. Anemone
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14. Vampires On Saturday
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15. Insect Foe
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16. Lorelei 1
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17. Lorelei 2
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Factums are comprised of ex-members of the Intelligence, Fruit Bats, and have contributed to albums by A-Frames and other notable Seattle outfits. They create a sound representative of the new Seattle scene, where garage rock, noise, and industrial distortion all blend together seamlessly.

"Spells and Charms" is 17 songs of synthesized experimentation, amplified distortion, walls of garage-rock, and electronic fidgeting that results in an album that greatly varies from their previous releases. "Spells and Charms" shows the diversity and adaptability of these talented musicians with songs ranging from ambient space-explorations to thrashing metallic garage-industry-rock.


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