miércoles, 13 de enero de 2016

The Dealers "Serendipic Breakfast" 12" Red Vinyl LP (Includes Psychedelic Insert). Limited Edition of 500 Numbered Copies. (AW012) SOLD OUT



SIDE A: 
1. Nowhere to go
2. Down the valley
3. The lady from the watchtower
4. Serendipia
5. Me and the ceiling fans
6. Requiem for Milko
SIDE B: 
1. Baths and Whirpools
2. I won´t regret
3. Cat of new race
4. Tasty steak
5. Mary told me

All songs composed and arranged by The Dealers. 
String arrangement on `Mary told me´ by David Sagastume. 
Recorded and Mixed by The Dealers at Sagasound Studios. 
Recording engineers: Jacobo and Koldo Sagastume. 
Mastered by Jorge Explosion at Circo Perroti. Gijón 2015.
The Dealers are: Oscar Arribas (Drums), Koldo Sagastume (Bass and Vocals), Al Sampedro (Vocals, Harmonica, Percussion), Mikel de Quintana (Vocals, Guitar). 

Contributors musicians: Federico de Madrazo (Violin), Ane Muguira (Violin), Imanol Mtz Hervías (Viola), David Sagastume (Cello), Gorka San Vicente (Trumpet), D. Ghirken (Keybvoards).





Long-awaited first long play by our fave psyche-heads. After two startling 45s that we had the honour to publish, here we have their "Serendipic Breakfast", a record we've been hearing about for more than 3 years (first demos even dated years before) and that we honestly thought may never see the light of day. Finally here it is and it was worth the wait. The Dealers present an overwhelming collection of self-penned killers with a classic scent, sublime pop, psychedelic landscapes from around the world (West Coast, Holland, Britain), nederbiet flavours, garage shots, freakbeat rhythms... In 2015 they triumphed in every festival they played, it's time for them to prove all their virtues with a recording with no equal in the present-day sixties scene. 

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Largamente esperado primer larga duración de nuestros vitorianos favoritos. Tras dos deslumbrantes singles que hemos tenido el honor de editar, nos llega su "Serendipic Breakfast", un disco del que llevamos oyendo hablar más de 3 años (de varios más datan la primeras maquetas) y que parecía nunca llegaría. Aquí está y la espera ha valido la pena. The Dealers entregan una abrumadora colección de enormes composiciones propias de indudable regusto clásico, de soberbio pop, paisajes psicodélicos, arrebatos garajeros y ritmos freakbeat para la pista de baile. En el 2015 arrasaron por todos los festivales por los que pasaron, llega el momento de la confirmación con un lp que dificilmente tiene parangón en la escena sixties 
europea.



Links:
Muso´s Guide (Review)
Magic Pop (Review) Spanish
Mondo Sonoro  (Review) Spanish
Mondo Sonoro (Interview) Spanish

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