Shiloe | Please Remove Your Teeth From My Neck

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Please Remove Your Teeth From My Neck

by Shiloe

"Slightly psychedelic sounding melodic and slightly frazzled American indie rock of a rather confident Black Rebel Motorcycle Club meets X nature."
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Please Remove Your Teeth From My Neck
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2. Human Voices
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3. On The Take
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4. Tremors
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5. Steady
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6. Departure Song
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Album Notes
"Shiloe’s Please Remove Your Teeth From My Neck is their sophomore EP release, gearing up hopefully for a full-length LP sometime in 2007…because six songs just leave the listener drooling for more." -Michael Schmitt (Music Emissions)

"L.A.'s Shiloe build on the momentum of their previous EP "Guardian Ear Of The Radio Nurse" with their new six song offering "Please Remove Your Teeth From My Neck" (another odd title choice). The focus of the trio's sound is still on the dirty fuzzed out guitars of Ken Ramos...but there's also new elements this time out to keep it from getting stale. The band seem to have (re-)discovered 1980's British New Wave groups like The Cure, Joy Division and Echo And The Bunnymen and incorporated their dramatics and atmospherics heavily into their already potent Sonic Youth-meets-BRMC arsenal. I like the results this influx of influences produces... and I expect them to keep making cool music while improving as they go along." -DAVID MANSDORF (Losing Today)


"Slightly psychedelic sounding melodic and slightly frazzled America indie rock of a rather confident Black Rebel Motorcycle Club meets X nature. Two girls and a boy from LA. Fuzztone riffs, droning guitars, they’re rather refined and rather good." -Organ Magazine

"It reminds me of something you would hear on KXLU in the early 1990's. Ya know the stuff you really had to look hard for in record stores because all the major releases sucked! All in all I really dig the disc. I can't wait to hear more!" - Nofi Magazine

"Some of The Best Stuff I've heard in a long time."
-Dave Freeman (Little Radio)

"The best rock band from L.A. since X"
-DJ Lizz (88.9 KBVR)


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Rondell Gilkey

Tour De Force
I bought this mp3 net release because of all the buzz swirling around the LA Scene. They are not bad per say, however, the songs tend to blend together. I was disappointed because they say that they sound like BRMC but really only sound like sonic youth.

Brian Randers

Love it
Great cd. Each track really stands on it's own.