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Reseña de álbum

C/S is short for "con safos," which translates as "don't mess with this," and with their third studio album, the men of Slowride — Dan Phillips, Rob Marchant, and Steve Visneau — treat their brand of muscular indie rock as serious business. At the controls, producer Stuart Sikes (the White Stripes, Jets to Brazil, the Walkmen) helps these garage rock devotees execute command performances like "The Year of the Snake" — a revved-up, contagious punk-inflected beast — and the manic, Queens of the Stone Age-like "You Can't Tell Me." The height of Slowride's charm just may be their heartfelt, slightly desperate lyrical approach ("I need a sound from God/Louder than what I've heard so far"), but whether they're crafting direct distortion-friendly anthems like "Morals and Dogma" or blissed-out, Beck-meets-Pixies pop like "A New Day Is Upon Us," this Dallas trio gives fans of routinely intense, unaffected alt-rock like Jawbreaker, Foo Fighters, or any of the aforementioned a reason to be cheerful. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi

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Critical Praise for C/S

"C / S exhibits Slowride in an entirely different light. There's an X factor that I can't really put my finger on, but in a lot of ways, it reminds me of Jets To Brazil's Four Cornered Night. The mellow vocal melodies aren't unlike that of Blake Schwarzenbach. C / S doesn't hold back its punk roots, but at the overall rock tone gives the band a sound that makes all classifications unjust. Listening to Slowride isn't about figuring out what genre the band falls into. They've created an identity for themselves that doesn't overlap their peers. The guitar tone on this album is absolutely stunning...exactly how guitars were meant to sound. Coupled with a lavish bass tone, you'd have to be deaf not to appreciate the chemistry that's going on here. Not to leave anything out, the drums sound as crisp as you could ever want. I'm really impressed with the overall feel that producer Stuart Sikes was able to pull off. So where does this leave C / S? Somewhere filed under 'albums you should check out.' It's a satisfying listen from a band that leaves little to be desired." - Punk Rocks "I guess third time really is the charm, as C / S is by far Slowride's best record yet. Building A Building was a great album that flowed from an alt-county sound to straight-up rock numbers; this time around they focus more (much more!) on the rock, but there is still much to Slowride's sound. Hook-laden, riff rockers the likes of stoner rock bands Mammoth Volume or Colour Haze, with heavy flashes of classic alt-rock: Husker Du, Screaming Trees, Dinosaur Jr., as well as current faves like ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead and even Weezer. A total of twelve tracks consistently smacking you with riff after riff. Go ahead guys, I can handle it. Slowride has matured into an amazing rock band." - Feast Of Hate And Fear "Slowride play what you could call 'desert rock' on C / S, not unlike Queens of the Stone Age and Foo Fighter's heavier tracks: big, open drums, low-tuned guitars, organic amp tones with a late 70s guitar sound, some big-muff pedals and dirty bass, rocking chord progressions and vocals delivered by a guy who sounds stoned. It's heavy but it's not metal. It's the kind of music you'd blast while driving through the desert, looking at your sweet moustache in the rear view mirror while your hair flips around in the wind. It is the music of denim, diesel and miles of cactus trees. For the most part, the songs remain straight-forward and upbeat. They are dark, but there are strong pop sensibilities throughout. The band is smart by injecting their pummeling, minor-chord riffage with big, hooky choruses and not making the songs too long. It seems their earlier days of playing punk rock have taught them well in that department. C / S is just good hard rock and Slowride does it quite competently." - 30music "C / S, Slowride's third full-length means 'don't mess with this,' an original title that fits a compelling sound. They expertly fuse a handful of genres to form an absorbing listen. Part garage rock, part 90's grunge and a definite underground grittiness create a disc that is tuneful, mellow and heavy all at the same time. Take The Stone Roses, Screaming Trees, Jawbreaker, Seaweed and a hint of Weezer and you get the gist of Slowride. C / S will throw a change-up into your music rotation and soon the distorted riffs and catchy hooks are stuck in your head. The album takes you on a ride through various tempos and each song offers a memorable, left-of-center sound. Producer Stuart Sikes gives a deep low-end feel to the album, thus keeping Slowride distinct. It's Good To Be Back and Slowly are definite highlights that stood out for me. It's hard to pin Slowride down, so just sit back and have a listen...you'll enjoy the ride." - Punk United "Whatever horrific event will set off the apocalypse, Slowride crosses its fingers and eggs it on with its third full-length, C / S, an album written with the express intent of invoking the end of days. C / S picks up where Building a Building left off, flaunting decidedly quick, hook-laced pop-punk numbers. Dan Phillips seemingly hooks into the Valium drip as his vocals ooze throughout while sharply contrasting his frantic riffing and Steve Visneu's breakneck drumming. Slowride plays this conflicting vocal-to-instrument pairing to create deceptively catchy tracks. There's nothing overly fancy about Slowride's sound, but the less-is-more thing works for the trio. The band exudes confidence in every raucous riff, drumbeat and deadpan delivery. Slowride has continually been up on the down side, immersing itself in its heavy on the low-end sound. So sink in and soak it up." - Aversion

Viva Deep elm

What a great label. what a great band. What a great song. ("Rust Killer")

Sickness!

I love your old style rock and roll, it sets me right!

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Lawrence, KS

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s

Born and bred in Lawrence, KS, the members of Slowride compose an infectious punk sound similar to the likes of Jawbreaker and Pennywise. They're also rockers with a sweet side, deriving catchy fun melodies. The band — which is composed of Dan Phillips (guitar/vocals), Rob Marchant (bass), and Steve Visneau (drums) — hooked up with famed indie producer Ed Rose (Appleseed Cast, Brandtson, Get Up Kids) to record some songs for their Deep Elm debut in late 2001. The fruit of those...
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