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Dreamcake

Jale

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Reseña de álbum

Jale's debut album is equal parts power pop and post-grunge — there's plenty of crunch and jangle on all 12 songs. You can hear the band evolving here — their sound is perfected on their Closed EP and their next (and last) album, So Wound. Splinters of that album can be heard on the janglier tracks here, like "Again," "Nebulous," "Mend," and "Promise." Jennifer Pierce has a soft, innocent voice that blends well with Laura Stein's raspy, somewhat subdued vocals, and the band's underproduced sound adds to the charm.

Biografía

Se formó en: abril de 1992 en Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '90s

A product of the same Halifax, Nova Scotia musical community which spawned Sloan and Eric's Trip, the sparkling indie-pop band Jale formed in April 1992 while its members were attending art school. Dubbing themselves Jale as an acronym of the first names of guitarist Jennifer Pierce, drummer Alyson MacLeod, bassist Laura Stein and guitarist Eve Hartling (all of whom shared vocal and songwriting chores), the group borrowed their instruments from friends and played their first show less than five weeks...
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