Tainted Memories | Out of Our Hands

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Out of Our Hands

by Tainted Memories

'Out of Our Hands' features 4 tracks - 1. Maybe I'm Wrong 2. For All The Wrong Reasons 3. Let's Go Back 4. Far From Close A world of Pop Punk with hints of metal. If you like A Day To Remember, All Time Low and You Me At Six you're in the right place
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Maybe I'm Wrong
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2. For All the Wrong Reasons
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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'Out Of Our Hands' EP Recorded, mixed, mastered and engineered at Edge Studios. The bands debut EP features 4 tracks -

1. Maybe I'm Wrong
2. For All The Wrong Reasons
3. Let's Go Back
4. Far From Close

Produced by Mark Winterburn
Co-Produced by Rory Valelly and Tainted Memories.


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John Gibson

Tainted Memories EP
Very well produced EP, everything's tight (mistakes are very few and most notes are in tune). Only areas that need improvement are the originality of the compositions- perhaps spend a little more time writing guitar parts that don't sound like they've been done 10,000 times before by 10,000 other bands. Also I can't help notice that all the songs essentially sound the same, try to keep things varied, it'll not only increase your demographic but make your music more interesting for both you and your audience to play/listen to. For a debut EP not bad though, best of luck

Adam Rogers

Upcoming UK Metal, to be excited about!
Heard this the other day was amazed, well worth the listen!
I Expect these to see these doing well for themselves in the near future!

Sam Ward

Test
Please review this EP - Constructive criticism is highly appreciated

[WAM] - WArringtonMusic.co.uk

Future in their hands
This young group of musicians have had a busy summer; runners up in a competition ran by Edge Recording Studios, they won time in the studio to record their Debut EP ‘Out Of Our Hands’. Having seen this band develop their sound and identify this year and heard previous demo's, I was really keen to hear the end product.

The first song on the EP is 'Maybe I’m Wrong', which opens with a familiar drum roll and we’re straight into Pop-Punk territory with the tracks group vocals and catchy chorus. The track manages to keep your attention with short sharp verses and keeps the tempo up, for all but a short section at the end where the song soon builds back up again. Released on in late September, via the band Youtube Channel, it was a good indication of the quality of the EP’s recording and the strengths of the band. You’ll also find this track on [WAM]’s first compilation track, so that’s good!

Next up is ‘For All The Wrong Reasons’, which is perhaps the strongest song on the EP lyrically. Whilst once again, it starts as a very upbeat track, it then opens up for Rory is really able to sum up the feelings everyone has when growing up and the lyrics/music builds into positive, feel good song. The song just teases the heavier sound of the band before settling down for a thoughtful breakdown then towards the end.

Speaking of getting heavier, 'Let’s Go Back' is the not only considerably the shortest track on the EP, but the only one with a scream section. Now it was a surprise to hear it, but I can imagine in a live setting, this is the song that really sets everyone off. There is more to the track however, with a tight rhythm section keeping the song on track. The song also gives little flourishes for the other members to come to the fore.

‘Far From Close’ builds on a long intro and it is here where you can see the many shows and practise has paid off. Despite the bands age, they have worked hard to structure the song in a interesting way, showing the confidence to contrast the Verse/ Chorus structure and once again, let the lyrics really come out, especially during the verses. The song fades out, leaving you a taste of what to expect in the future.

Having met this band a few times in person, it is clear they are a passionate bunch and really dedicated and should be very proud of this EP. ‘Out Of Our Hands’ lays out the groundwork for Tainted Memories to develop further. They are also enjoying what they're doing, which is a big help!

Tainted Memories are holding a release show for their EP at Thelwall Parish Hall, with local supports 7 Day Weekend, Imperium & Electric Mafia on Saturday 10th November. ‘Out Of Our Hands’ will be available on iTunes & Spotify from 10/11/12

For Fans of: All Time Low, Early You Me At Six
Download: Maybe I’m Wrong
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