Euphonic Brew | In a Sea of Stained Glass

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In a Sea of Stained Glass

by Euphonic Brew

A blend of classic styles that creates a refreshingly familiar sound, surprising the listener with melodic gems sprinkled throughout.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Green, Red, Gray, Pink
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2. A Social Scene
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3. I Wanna Know
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4. Giddykick
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5. Delusions
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6. Storyteller
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7. Trying to See What I've Found
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8. Saltless Tears
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9. Death of the Leprechaun
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10. Laissez Faire
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11. Love Is Animation
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12. All Thoughts On the Table
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13. Verbal Parade
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14. Tale of a Man Who Can't Think
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Album Notes
Euphonic Brew is Brandon Matsook, Mike Willis, Todd Knepp, and Mitch Thompson.

Album review by Scott Tady - Beaver/Allegheny County Times:


Leadoff track “Green, Red, Gray, Pink” launches with a Deep Purple-ish organ riff soon joined by xylophone and a sitar-guitar hybrid instrument borrowed from Rusted Root’s Liz Berlin. The 80-second song — an instrumental piece, except for the slowly loudening din of background party chatter — pours without pause into “A Social Scene,” a funky, guitar-fueled diatribe against prosaic partygoers uttering “incoherent babble like a multi-screen TV.” The song ends with a brief reprise of the disc’s opening instrumental piece, which flows into “I Wanna Know,” a slinky number about a green-eyed temptress.

Bassist-vocalist Brandon Matsook’s musical influences are evident in his Paul McCartney-ish vocalizing on “Love is Animation,” while keyboardist Mike Willis conjures up Widespread Panic with his jaunty playing on “Verbal Parade.”

One taste of Euphonic Brew, and you might find yourself hooked.


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