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by Tea For Julie

Sonic and emotive Indie-pop
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. Hello
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2. Bebound
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3. Still Life
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4. 1000 Colors
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5. Endgame
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6. Don't Whisper
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7. Gray Over Gray
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8. Friends in the Back
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9. Look for the Moon
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10. Julep
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11. Earshot
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12. BTG
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13. Wonder Follows
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Album Notes
"Tea For Julie's debut is one of the strongest self-released debuts I've ever heard. While showing many influences along the way, each track is distinctive and with its own voice. I highly recommended this band both recorded and live. Expect great things from Tea For Julie"

John Richards
The Morning Show KEXP 90.3 Seattle / Young & The Restless The END 107.7 Seattle

Tea for Julie's music has been described as "bold and emotive indie-pop". There are moments of sonic grandeur and others of quiet sentimentality all wrapped up within well crafted pop songs. The band formed in Portland, Oregon during the summer. Since that time the band has: toured up and down the west coast and played supporting act to 'Evan Dando' (Lemonheads) and The Ocean Blue. They have seen their songs used in a film at 'The Sundance Film Festival", on the Los Angeles based 'Indie Hits' Compilation, the PDX-POPNOW! Compilation and currently being paired with the groundbreaking experimental footage of Stan Brakhage for aa advertisement for Oregon State University. The band is also the subject of a film documentary in progress. 'Tea for Julie' has just released their first full length album, 'Division' . It has recently been added into rotation on Seattle's best radio station KEXP!


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Matthew Dybwad

Diverse, fun, and addictive
The CD is as varied as it is exceptional. Listening to each track you can start to imagine many different influences, but their presentation is unique and powerful, with a well produced sound and skillful artistry of instrument and voice.


I really like this sound
I really like this sound. I first heard Tea for Julie on my car radio. They were playing live in the KEXP studios and I tuned in right at the end of one of their songs, which is a significant point that I will discuss in a bit, and I felt so... I don't know, new? Fresh? I can't quite describe it, but it was good. When they announced that the band would be appearing at Chop Suey later in the evening, I decided to go. So I did. I'm really excited about this band for some reason. Anyway, their style is rock-ish, U2-ish, uhhhh, you might just need to listen to it to figure it out. The songs by and large really pick up at the end, especially in the case of track three, which is an ok track for the first 3 minutes but then blows my mind for like, the last 10 seconds. They have a kind of "Style range" too: an acoustic track, a couple emo sounding tunes but not total emo, and then some neat guitar work on the track titled BT6, which is freakin sweet and reminds me of Led Zeppelin (couldn't tell you why). ok, gotta jet, that's my two cents for now. Tea for Julie rocks!


I thought I was going to really really love Tea for Julie's record DIVISION when I heard the track "hello" on KEXP. I kinda expected a new-new-wave album with a bit of an Arcade Firey-raw-sound (does that make sense? can you tell this is my first cd review ever?). Instead the record has a nice Portland shoe-gazer sound. I think the power-pop song "Bebound" is out-of-place on this album (perhaps it should have been saved as a b-side. "Still life" is an amazing song, but the verse is kinda like a radiohead song. The songs are all well crafted and the arrangements beautiful. I love every track especially the frantic and rockin' "julep"