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Sound Company

by Sound Company

A new kind of rock & roll, mixing psychedelic swagger with rhythmic, groove-driven stomp.
Genre: Rock: Boogie Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Tip
2:43 $0.99
2. Downtown
5:00 $0.99
3. Feel
4:17 $0.99
4. (I Hear) Rain
5:50 $0.99
5. Run
4:19 $0.99
6. South
3:08 $0.99
7. Heart Is Beating
5:17 $0.99
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Album Notes
Hailing from Louisville, Kentucky, Sound Company makes its own kind of rock & roll, mixing psychedelic swagger with rhythmic, groove-driven stomp. Gluing the mix together is the chemistry of a band whose five members have all logged years in Louisville's music scene. Some have toured internationally. Some have owned local music venues. Together, they're a rock act whose sound mirrors the vibe of their hometown, nodding to traditions of the past while also pushing ahead into new territory. Call it classic-minded indie rock for a modern audience, with songs that bounce between the hypnotic and the heavy-hitting.

Years before releasing the band's self-titled debut on Core Sample Records, guitarist Billy Lease, frontman Hunter Embry, and bass player Jeremy Grawemeyer held Sound Company's first rehearsals during the summer of 2015. By early 2016, they'd begun recording original music together, too, releasing their kickoff single — the moody, dynamic "Run," written in protest of Kentucky's controversial governor, Matt Bevin. The band's audience grew, as did their lineup, with Nick Hall joining on keyboards, Josh Anna on drums and Jaime Innis replacing the late Grawemeyer on bass.

With Sound Company, their seven-song LP, the guys team up with engineer/mixer Dave Chale, already celebrated for his work with Low Cut Connie, Fifth on the Floor, Wax Fang, and Shooter Jennings. They recorded the album at DeadBird Studios, joined by several local guests during the process. Mastered by Grammy winner Marco Ramirez at Sonic Ranch in El Paso, TX, Sound Company is heavy and riff-ready, with Embry's vocals — cut from the same burly, unchained cloth as Jim Morrison — sharing the spotlight with overdriven guitars, swirling keys, and the band's amplified version of rhythm and blues.

From "The Tip" — the record's hooky, aggressive opener — to the moodily dynamic shifts of the album-closing "Heart is Beating," Sound Company's debut delivers a primal rock & roll punch, bridging the gap between the genre's glory days and the present. It's loud, raw, and real. It's a dark album, too. … and it bodes well for a bright future.



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