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Chappo - Moonwater (2012) [FLAC] Released: 2012 Duration: 53:40 Genre: Pop/Rock Style: Alternative, Indie Rock Codec: FLAC Bit Rate: ~ 900 kbps Bits Per Sample: 16 Sample Rate: 44,100 Hz Cover: Front 01 What Are You Kids On? 02 Explode 03 Hell No 04 Come Home 05 Don't! 06 5 0 07 Native Savage... 08 Hollywood 09 Sunblades 10 Shots Fired 11 M.O.O.N. Water The second studio album from Brooklyn's Chappo, 2012's Moonwater features more of the four-piece's driving, if still loopy, hippie-gone-post-punk sound. Showcasing lead singer/songwriter Alex Chappo's trebly, yearning vocals and passionate, quirky songs, Moonwater is a melodic, rhythmically infectious album that delivers a bit more than it promises at first blanch. Generally speaking, Chappo's sanguine electric and synth-driven rock sound sort of splits the difference between the more arch '80s vibe of Interpol and the Technicolor alt-rock of the Flaming Lips. In that sense, the band should also draw favorable comparisons to such similarly inclined contemporaries as Fires of Rome, MGMT, and Klaxons. Tracks like the buzzy, messy funk of "Come Home" and the bluesy "5-0" are rambling, deliriously infectious '90s throwback numbers that evince a kind of lo-fi psych-pop take on Primal Scream. Similarly, the grungy, bass-heavy rave-up "Explode" and the slacker hip-hop meets disco dance-rock of "Hell No" are alt-dance club hits waiting to happen, and reveal Chappo's buoyant sense of "rawking" fun. Ultimately, Moonwater is a truckload of dance-rock hippie moonshine that's impossible to turn down from the first swig on.
|01 - What Are You Kids On.flac||29.949 MB|
|02 - Explode.flac||37.308 MB|
|03 - Hell No.flac||25.265 MB|