Weaves - Motorcycle (Single) FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: Motorcycle (Single)
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from Motorcycle (Single), track released July 23, 2013 written by jasmyn burke and morgan waters produced by morgan waters. vocals: jasmyn burke guitars and bass: morgan waters drums: spencer cole organ: bram gielen. engineered by nathan vanderwielen, leon taheny and morgan waters at candle, echo valley and morgan's apartment mixed by leon taheny mastered by nick stumpf artwork by jasmyn burke.
Weaves is the debut extended play of Canadian indie pop group Weaves. Two-thirds of the record was produced by guitarist Morgan Waters with Garageband, the other third produced by David Newfeld. Praised by music journalists for its varied style and Burke's vocal performance, Weaves combines elements of high-quality recording common in pop music with lo-fi noise music styles to create a "disgusting" yet "catchy" feel.
A one-off single from Toronto's Weaves brings an avant weirdness to an otherwise poppy track. With a voice like a trip into the wild woods, Toronto scene staple Jasmyn Burke brings us angrily and fully through a coaster of a ride by way of mathy, minor-melodied tones and blips. Especially as the underlying bass line runs up and down to keep the song going, Motorcycle feels like it could pace on underneath an unsettling carnival ride in a bizarro world or it might be found on the Beetlejuice soundtrack
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Upon the first listen of 'Motorcycle', one might be surprised that Weaves is from Toronto and not Southern California. The surf-rock bass loops through with giddy 60's-era keyboards as Jasmyn Burke croons about riding around on a motorcycle before the crash of the chorus smashes through. Check out 'Motorcycle' below. Remember to head over to our 'New Music' section to listen to thousands of incredible songs.
- Drums – Spencer Cole
- Engineer – Nathan Vanderwielen
- Engineer, Mixed By – Leon Taheny
- Mastered By – Nick Stumpf
- Organ – Bram Gielen
- Producer, Engineer – Morgan Waters
- Written By, Lead Guitar, Bass – Morgan Waters
- Written By, Lead Vocals, Artwork By – Jasmyn Burke