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Leland Sundries - Music For Outcasts Album

  • Performer: Leland Sundries
  • Title: Music For Outcasts
  • Size MP3 ver: 2657 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2363 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 05 Feb 2016
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • # Catalog: RL04-1
  • Label: L'Echiquier Records
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
Leland Sundries - Music For Outcasts Album


1 Stripper From Bensonhurst
2Maps Of The West
3Keys In The Boot
4Bad Hair Day
5Freckle Blues
6 Studebaker
7The Tide (Love Letter In Scrimshaw)
8Radiator Sabotage
9Wallace, ID
10Apocalypse Love Song
11 Greyhound From Reno


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LR04-1Leland Sundries Music For Outcasts ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)L'Echiquier RecordsLR04-1US2015
RL04-1Leland Sundries Music For Outcasts ‎(LP)L'Echiquier RecordsRL04-1US2016


CD is a Gatefold.


  • Barcode: 8 88295 36894 0


Music for Outcasts - Leland Sundries. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Album 2016 11 Songs. Music for Outcasts Leland Sundries. Indie Rock. music for outcasts by Leland Sundries, released 03 June 2016 1. Apocalypse Love Song 2. Greyhound From Reno 3. Radiator Sabotage 4. Studebaker 5. Keys In The Boot 6. Wallace, ID 7. Freckle Blues 8. Maps of the West 9. Stripper From Bensonhurst 10. Bad Hair Day 11. The Tide Love Letter In Scrimshaw Heaps of wit and melody Beautiful rambling storytelling that flirts with pop and sounds a little like Silver Jews. Peter Watts, UNCUT, April, 2016 Scrappy yet ingenuous rock poetry. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 8 USD or more. Listen free to Leland Sundries music for outcasts Apocalypse Love Song, Greyhound From Reno and more. 11 tracks 38:03. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Music for Outcasts. Leland Sundries. Leland Sundries: American five-piece band based in Brooklyn, New York, United States, led by singer-songwriter Nick Loss-Eaton. The other members of the band are Matthew Sklar, Ivan DeYoung-Dominguez, Gregg Tallent and Curtis Brewer. Critics have described their music as influenced by multiple genres, including Americana, country music, and roots music. Dreamed About El Paso, Elegy, Lone Prairie и другие. Music for Outcasts, 2016. Now playing . Leland Sundries debut full-length album music for outcasts, out June 3 on L Echiquier RecordsWeiner Records, has earned raves in the UK, where it is already out. The Brooklyn band has also been added to the Green River Festival playing July 10, the same day as Tedeschi Trucks Band, North Mississippi All Stars, and Margo Price. Leland Sundries match crackling garage rock with a near bubblegum love of melody. The band's sound sits somewhere between Pavement and The Archies, with a dose of Jonathan Richman's off kilter wit thrown in for good measure. Robin Murray, Clash Music, January 19, 2016. Scrappy yet ingenuous rock poetry. More Leland Sundries. Listen to Music for Outcasts now. You look like someone who appreciates good music. Listen to all your favourite artists on any device for free or try the Premium trial


Comments (1)

Arriving at my door wrapped in a stylishly artistic retro album jacket, the Leland Sundres album Music For Outcasts was then wrapped in a white sheet of paper, on which were dozens of lame half considered and lightly thought out reviews such as, “Oddball storytelling,” “Excellent,” “All eleven tracks show glimpses of a future masterful storyteller ...,” and of course my personal favorite “Snappy.” These semi-reviews then go on to list artists of similar ilk without any serious insight as to the decade and century we live in, or the music that’s actually presented here.

If I were to make comparisons, at the top of my list would be Stan Ridgway, The Explorers Club, and of course The Figgs. And if anything at all stood out for me that actually hinted at what was being presented here, it would be the liner notes list of “Special Thanks” that compiles a virtual who’s who of the arts.

Music For Outcasts is a stunning rendition that gathers up the best of modern rock and delivers it just in time for some serious topdown summer boardwalk fun. These songs have rambled though my head for nearly my entire life, but it took Nick Loss-Eaton to bring them into fruition, to remind me how I felt when I rode the bus and saw my first neck tattoo, or how life is a series of observations strung together, with the talent being, that an artist and band are able to connect the dots, draw back the curtain, and give you that ah-ha moment of recognition. This is intimate personal lively music, where if you’re lucky enough to see the boys live, you’ll find yourself pointing back at them laughing, as if to say, “Yeah ... I know just what you mean.”

Music For Outcasts is a keeper, it’s an album that rides low in your back pocket, an album that unveils more with each listen ... and I for one hope to continue finding dot’s to connect, and the secret insights that Nick has tucked away.

Review by Jenell Kesler

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