Adelle | Hello Sane Age Sins

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Hello Sane Age Sins

by Adelle

“Hello Sane Age Sins” LP is a rendering of raw sound with cunningly astute production, the songs have groove with thrashings of rock and moments of calm, the lyrics are clever yet sharp with shades of malevolence. To me this disc is an anti-movement.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. The Attic & Lace
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2. Get the Gak
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3. Vella Lavella
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4. Under the Spotlight
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5. This Night, In Transit
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6. They\'ve Said Triage
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7. I Architect the Cassette
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8. Witches
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9. Spider Fingers
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10. The Informant
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Adelle - The Band From Oddworld are an awe-inspiring band from the Gold Coast/Brisbane area, running rife across the stages of Australia, Japan & the UK, they are a force to be reckoned with.
Sonically, visually and mentally they will amaze you with deep flowing grooves, hard hitting drums and powerful riffs to keep you entranced. The songs have a definite emotion with thrashings of rock and moments of calm, the lyrics are clever yet sharp and proclaimed loudly from the soul.


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Leigh Hellis

Adelle Album "Hello Sane Age Sins" Review
“Hello Sane Age Sins” is the 2nd album from Brisbane’s psychedelic rock shamans Adelle. The band spent 2008 and much of 2009 on tour including performing at the Big Day Out in between copious recording sessions with Serotonin Producer Mr Guy Cooper. The disc is now being released worldwide this August ahead of their Australian tour and departure to Japan in September claims the bands website [www.thoughtcoercion.org].

The cover sets the theme which is carried over into the first track (The Attic & Lace) of the album where steam train samples form the percussive element behind a heavy guitar introduction. However once the song transitions to the verse any preconceived rock notions are promptly derailed by creepy jazz overtures and loungy vocals. The song strays back and forth between these extremes in a bi-polar fashion reminiscent of “The Cure” vibe. This is followed up by Get The Gak, rugged rock riffs in the tone of “Queens of the Stone Age” contrasted against verses of schizophrenic disposition. Vella LaVella has been released as the bands first video clip and is compromised of guitar hooks followed by terse vocal delivery which contradict the soaring choruses – in a cool way. This track tends to be more musically sociable leaving space for the lyrics to portray poetic snippets of brooding immorality. This Night, In Transit is my favourite track exhibiting the ambiance of “The Doors” with a lavishing dash of alt. rock in the style of “Brand New”. The railway thematic elements are incorporated cleverly into this track. The Cd’s epilogue titled The Informant is maliciously epic, if not a little too big for its own good. Intricate guitar parts collide in a harmonious dissonance of sorts boasting vocals that temper and writhe culminating in a climactic train wreck.