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Blue - EP

by the Travellers

Psychedelia in its full swing; capturing the tone of bygone years in a contemporary way
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Orange World
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2. Mermaid in May
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3. Flying Wheel
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4. Interview the Moon
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Album Notes
Whilst travelling, the duo met, sparking off a new adventure. The combination of cultural experiences, landscapes seen, as well as their love for the sixties' & the seventies' psychedelia, groove & rock, paved the way for a new discovery.
This melting pot of inspiration yields a unique sound that cannot be confined to the limits of a box. “Gemma is a fascinating voice that recaptures the tone of those bygone years in her retro way”. The melodies juxtapose the soundscapes of guitars, always in search of uplifting vibrations.


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Sam Inglis Sound on Sound Magazine

Blue EP The Travellers
I once recorded a French singer who had learned English by listening to Corrs albums: her take on pronounciation was individual, to say the least. Something of the sort seems to be going on with The Travellers, but for the most part they use it to their advantage. Gemma Marchi’s vocals, with their heavy yet non-specific European accent, drift like Gitanes smoke above a psychedelic melange of roomy drum loops and tremoloed guitars, adding a possibly spurious air of glamour and sophistication. Close your eyes and you begin to see miniskirted and polo-necked couples, grooving away by the light of oil projectors in a basement club in the seedier parts of ’60s Amsterdam. Or perhaps that’s just me.


you might be surpdrise !
Psychedelia is in full swing as an influence of choice and we're happy to alert you to a few of these bands. The Travellers is a French band formed with just two personnel. The singer, Germika, is a fascinating voice that recaptures the tone of those bygone years in her retro way. I carried an interest after hearing them via a "friend" in the MySpace world. They may not do it for you, but then again, you might be surpdrise.