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Everybody Here

by The Hotwalls

For The Hotwalls’s 2009 release, Everybody Here, the band took the shimmering, power pop of their 2007 debut, deconstructed its more striking elements, and added a little soul, punk, and psychedelia, making for a highly dynamic and compelling work of art.
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1. Conquer Din
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2. Amends
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3. Everybody Here
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4. Love & Sense
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5. Embodied
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6. Taskery
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7. Sarabot
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8. Bated Breath
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For The Hotwalls’s 2009 release, Everybody Here, the band took the shimmering, power pop of their 2007 debut, deconstructed its more striking elements, and added a little soul, punk, and psychedelia, making for a highly dynamic and compelling work of art. From the album’s mini-epic opener “Conquer Din” and the unforgiving one-two punch of “Love & Sense” and “Embodied,” to the mocking waltz of the title-track and the aching beauty of “Sarabot,” the band’s remarkable development over the last two years is evident. Owing much to the addition of Nathan Lélandais-Miller on bass, with his rich sense of tone and counter-melody, and Jarrod Champion’s multi-instrumental verve on drums, keys, and harmonies, The Hotwalls boast a brilliant sonic palette as they’ve become a bona fide collective. Gabriel Doman weaves his angular yet agile guitar work, from delicate restraint to near-abandon, with Ryan Milligan’s versatile tenor, vividly animating the album’s themes of love, loss, urgency, and purpose. Everybody Here could veer off at any moment; such is a fear worth loving. The keen production and mixing sensibilities of Eric Hoegemeyer further ensured that Everybody Here delivers an aural experience worthy of repeated returns. Additional contributions were graciously made by Ben Moore, Erik Maluchnik, and Marie Lélandais-Miller. – Detroit’s Finest Records, 2009.


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Stunning
This album carries you along on a wave of energy and surging emotion, at times carefree and joyful, other times piercing and longing… and always brilliantly vivid and meaningful. The obvious talent of each band member can be heard independently, merging into a sound that is forceful, yet gorgeously crafted and elegantly fragile in its sensibilities. The vocals soar, and the lyrics are playful, acute and unexpected. The Hotwalls demonstrate their ability to unleash an all-out glorious frenzy, and to sway like the most natural breathing. At the end, I felt that I had taken a complete journey , leaving me with a sense of realization and yearning. It’s music that makes me dance and ponder, and then I want to hear it all over again… listen and share, it’s full of sheer fun, wonder and soul!