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Loe & the Nastys

by Loe & the Nastys

A fresh new voice in the Twin Cities. Their original music fuses the improvisation of jazz, the structure of popular music, and an acute sense of group interplay. They draw their influence from artists such as Thelonious Monk, D'Angelo.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Hit That Drum
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2. Lovin' Way
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3. Scottin
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4. Dum Dum
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5. Metropolis
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6. Bare My Soul
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7. My Oh My
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8. Gun
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9. Jollad
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10. Tap Slide
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11. Penny Waltz
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12. Every Toe
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13. Let Go of Yourself
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14. Unable To
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In spring, 2008, Vintage Guitar Magazine reviewed this album noting, "Loe and the Nastys deal in music that isn't popular with young folks anymore; equal parts jazz, Jobim-influenced Latin music, and even a little Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks, this quartet has a smokey sound that evokes a feeling as cool as the other side of the bed."

That same year, the internationally renowned Dakota Jazz Club described Loe & the Nastys as a young group that "plays pop and soul that’s sweet, smart, and a whole lot of fun."

Loe & the Nastys is a fresh new voice in the Twin Cities. Their original music fuses the improvisation of jazz, the structure of popular music, and an acute sense of group interplay. They draw their influence from artists such as Antonio Carlos Jobim, Jill Scott, and Erykah Badu. The group performs around the Twin Cities at Cafe Maude, Rossi's Blue Star room, and the nationally and internationally renowned Dakota Jazz Club. In April, their tunes were featured on youtube.com. Three months later, their music was highlighted in Yahoo! News as soundtracks for visual artist Phil Hansen. In January 2008, Loe & the Nastys produced this full length CD and was named Editor's Pick on CD Baby.com. Currently, the group is performing monthly and creating a second album.

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Ryko

la tristesa
Everytime I've seen Loe and the Nasty's it's been a great show, although they never play freebird when I yell it out...
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Justin


great music, keep it up!
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nicolenanina

loe & the nastys
I've been listening and enjoying while I am painting...keep the music coming... nn
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Laura Newkirk

Just Awesome!!
I love the album. My husband loves the album (which is saying a lot) My 53 year old Mother loves this album. Buy it...Buy it...Buy it. It's worth it.
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thales

:)
like it....first time i buy a cd in ages.... found it by chance in myspace....had to buy :)

keep the good work. bye
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Lawrence

no west coast love
I really like this CD now I just need a way to get to a live show. Or wait till they decide to tour the west coast.
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GP

EXCELLENT!
One of the most refreshing new albums of the year. What a strong debut! I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys jazz/lounge.
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Angela Leung

sweet disc
nice & some kinda groovy... cd case was "authentically distressed" :) Gotta cross the border for a show sometime!
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Aaron Koontz-Dalton

update
The album is great and does not come as a burned copy anymore. Looks like they got official stamped copies now.
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anna stacholy

Fantastic Low Key Music
I first heard this group on a video which featured artist Phil Hansen. The music was so moving that I emailed him for the artist name and he directed me to their MySpace page. The entire CD is great, especially when you are feeling mellow, but Penny Waltz remains my favorite song.
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