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Paradise Massage

by The New Centuries

A pop, dance and post rock sound that’s heavy enough for the rock club, funky enough for the dancefloor, and detailed enough for your headphones.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. (I Knew I Shouldn't Have Pushed You Down Those) Stairs
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2. Lynden Lake Skull
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3. Birds in the Garden
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4. Moonlight Kawasaki Ride
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5. There's No P in My Aradise
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Album Notes
Singer Ryan Beaujolais leads the band on a weaving course through San Francisco’s night life, wielding glass cutting melodies and dark narratives paired with blistering tones from his synthesizer. Lead guitarist Jeff Ken’s nuanced and melodic playing is full of aggressive noise and hooks for the kids. Shadowy overtones rattle the club floors when bassist Adam Le Bay plugs in, and the band’s newest member, George Michael (formerly singer/guitarist of Send For Help) rounds out the lineup with energetic and powerful drumming.

The band has been leaving audiences exhausted from their heated live show in this formation since January 2008. In May 2008, they released the Paradise Massage EP which conveys their live sound courtesy of Aaron Prellwitz (credits include Trans Am, the Donna’s, Neil Young & Crazy Horse).


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