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"Split EP of the year? I think so...this is a real gem. Deep Elm rarely fail to produce the goods and this release featuring Brandtson, Camber and Seven Storey is no different. In fact, it's nothing short of sublime and makes me want to track down more songs from each band. Brandtson's track, Dead Animals, is so good it leaves me wanting to put on their other records. It carries on in the same melodic vein as Death & Taxes and is sure to win even more new fans. Camber provides three songs for this split and it's the first time that I've come across them, but I can assure you that it won't be the last. There's probably more of a throaty or raw vocal style which gives the band an edge. I Could Not Care Less sound absolutely fantastic while Goodbye Mr. Spaulding shows that they have a quieter side that proves they can be just as effective unplugged. The last band, Seven Storey are an entirely different prospect, harsher and not as instant, but every bit as good. There's more driving guitars, more's different but just as good. In short, this is one release that you must own." - Punktastic "This three way split EP features previously unreleased material from some acts that have been on Deep Elm long enough for the label to call them veterans; Brandtson, Camber and Seven Storey. All in all, an enjoyable barometer for where emo is going and, in the case of standouts Seven Storey, a healthy example of artists pushing the form beyond its boundaries. With more forward-thinking releases like this from Deep Elm, perhaps at some point the appeal of a lazy tag-on identifier like emo will become obsolete." - Rockpile "Brandtson leads off the third release in Deep Elm's Split Series and rest assured you will not be disappointed with its precisely placed vocal harmonies, interesting half times and broken down break up lyrics. Next is Camber with an assault of squealing guitars and pounding backbeats which definitely makes them the stand out act here. Finally, rounding it all off is Seven Storey with two tracks. In particular, New Day has an interesting premise with its half-choppy, half-flowing rhythmic pattern." - 30music "This is the third installment in Deep Elm's Split Series and it's further proof that this label is the reigning power in punchy indie rock. Brandtson are poppy bliss. and if you're feeling sweet, these guys always deliver. Camber start off with a noisier beast, featuring off-kilter vocals and some nice, swirling guitar riffs. The real treat on this split are the two Seven Storey songs. The band has become a one-person outfit and, if these songs are any indication, Lance Lammers isn't losing any of the charm that made the previous incarnations of Seven Storey Mountain one of the best of the mid-90s bands. New Day and Covers are just great songs with Lammers' excellent sandblasted vocals. I'll be looking forward the next chapter of Deep Elm's Split Series." - Flex Your Head "Three of Deep Elm's heavy hitters come together for the third installment of the label's Split Series. Brandtson lean more towards the melodic side, while Camber are a more angular and biting rock band and Seven Storey are more urgent, loud and dark. The result is a solid mix tape. The opener from Brandtson begins with a driving guitar, and the highlight is the weaving dual vocals in the chorus, a signature of the band. Camber consistently improves by releasing song after song of deep and insightful rock and roll. The three songs here are no exception. Seven Storey is a fitting closer with its dark and brooding rock. All in All, a nice package for a nice EP." - Indie Workshop


Formed: 1996 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Cleveland emo quartet Brandtson was originally comprised of singer/guitarist Myk Porter, guitarist Matt Traxler, bassist John Sayre, and singer/drummer Jared Jolley. After appearing on Steadfast Records' Radiowaves and Gibberish various-artists compilation in 1997, the group signed with Deep Elm, contributing to the label samplers Records for the Working Class and A Million Miles Away: Emo Diaries, Vol. 2 before closing out 1998 with their debut full-length, Letterbox. The second Brandtson LP, Fallen...
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