10 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

Great musical journey

BrianMurphy

Loved seeing you guys live again. Album sounds great. Can't wait to hear all of The Wave live- murf.

This is a totally fantastic album

Moltiple

Great sound, great vibe (I'm hesitant to say it has an 80's feel, but it honestly does, but not at all in that hokey homage ironic way that too many other current artists seem to think is clever), great songs. A-OK is one of my favorites of the year, beautifully original. The rest are similarly terrific. Keep it up, guys.

About Los Colognes

Genre-bending, Nashville-based outfit Los Colognes make literate, jam-friendly '70s style rock steeped in the country tradition but owing a heavy debt to classic acts like Fleetwood Mac, the Grateful Dead, and Dire Straits. Formed around 2012, Los Colognes came together after longtime Chicago cohorts singer/guitarist Jay Rutherford and drummer Aaron "Mort" Mortenson relocated to Nashville. In the process, they convinced fellow Chicagoite/bassist Gordon Persha to follow suit, and eventually added keyboardists Micah Hulscher and Chuck Foster, and guitarist Wojtek Krupka. Together, they began crafting twangy, jam-oriented arrangements to Rutherford's insightful, somewhat sardonic songs. It was a sound they debuted on 2013's highly regarded Working Together. The album caught on locally and, along with the group's vibrant live shows, helped build their following. Dos followed two years later, and featured engineering by Billy Bennett (The Whigs, MGMT, Drive-By Truckers). In 2017, Los Colognes delivered their third full-length, Wave, on Big Deal/Thirty Tigers. ~ Matt Collar

ORIGIN
Nashville, TN
GENRE
Rock
FORMED
2012

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