Glint | Mode To Joy

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Mode To Joy

by Glint

Experience "space rock."
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Hollow
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2. From Me To You
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3. Kro
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4. The Loneliest Motel
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5. Retiring Your Fool
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6. One Of A Kind
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3:46 $0.99
7. Selfless Convulsion
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8. The Infinite Symphony
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6:31 $0.99
9. Umbrella
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5:18 $0.99
10. Deploy
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6:17 $0.99
11. Now I Know
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3:30 $0.99
12. Take My Life
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6:00 $0.99
13. It Hurts
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14. The Battle Within
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Glint is an energetic four-piece pop-rock ensemble hailing predominately from the Northeast, based in NYC. After completing their debut album "Mode to Joy" (Rely Records, 2007) in an old adapted firehouse, the band embarked on its latest tour, and can currently be seen hitting the same famed national hotspots (Cutting Room, Knitting Factory, Crash Mansion, Nectars, Rainbow Room, Double Door) that launched their bevy of influences. Recent highlights include headlining the Central Park Bandshell, finishing #2 in Lollapalooza Last Band Standing, and being crowned the “best independent act in the northeast” by winning the 2007 Independent Music World Series, hand-picked by Billboard Magazine.

When not rocking the mic and using their unique blend of "space rock" to set minds a-spin across the nation, the band can be found nestled in an Oregon studio recording with producer Nic Hard (The Bravery, Aberdeen City) for their 2008 sophomore release.

Seeing is believing. To get into the loop, visit glintonline.com or myspace.com/glintonline.


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Dan Pedretti

Incredible!!! Ive been waiting a long time for this..
One of the few CD's in recent years that every song is well performed, theres no one song they are proud of, but the CD as a whole is the project.Ive seen them perform a couple times and the passion is so evvident that it makes you feel what they feel, even at a moment of chaos (Jase broke a string) Dylan immediately stepped up to cover the vocals and continued to just plain rock until Jase rejoined

SchroedingersHMO

"Mode to Joy" weaves its way through different genres, all complimented by the c
"Mode to Joy" weaves its way through different genres, all complimented by the consistantly tight songwriting of guitarist/vocalist Jase Blankfort. From the "Jambient Rock" feel of songs like "Hollow" or "The Infinite Symphony," to the endeavors into electronica in "One of a Kind" and "Umbrella," this album charts new, yet strangely unfamiliar ground, helping the album continue to make its way to new playlists. Drummer Mateus Tebladi shines on the grittier jams "Selfless Convulsion" and "Take My Life" creating a solid foundation for the rest of the band on which to jam. Mode to Joy marks an important stage of development for these artists, and with releases like this one, I wil lbe following them closely.