Pure Bathing Culture - Pure Bathing Culture album flac
- Album: Pure Bathing Culture
- FLAC: 1559 mb | MP3: 1984 mb
- Released: 2015
- Style: Indie Rock, Pop Rock
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Pure Bathing Culture's cover of Hats, the 1989 album by The Blue Nile.
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Pure Bathing Culture have announced their first original release since 2015. Night Pass," the highly anticipated, third studio album is the most distinguished demonstration of this Portland duo's intensely unique musical identity to date. Over the course of their young but eventful career, vocalist Sarah Versprille and t Daniel Hindman have done more than establish a sound; they've honed a sonic virtue. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Pure Bathing Culture's debut album, 'Moon Tides,' is out August 20 via Partisan Records. The album was inspired by tarot cards, astrology, and New Age philosophy, among other things. Pure Bathing Culture, the Portland-based pop project co-helmed by Daniel Hindman and Sarah Versprille, recently played a Red Bull Sound Select showcase in Seattle with Dirty Projectors, Eighteen Individual Eyes, and The Grizzled Mighty.
Pure Bathing Culture juxtapose the highs with the lows, packaging distress as euphoria. The album does its most interesting work on songs like Moonrise and Thin Growing Thing, where Versprille wails, Do you want to take it higher?, as if in homage to Steve Winwood’s 1986 hit Higher Love
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Pure Bathing Culture's debut album debut album, 'Moon Tides', is released on 19 August 2013 through Memphis Industries. Like twilight sea waters, there’s a whole world that lurks beneath the shimmering surface of Pure Bathing Culture’s spectral pop just waiting to be explored. It’s a world where keyboardist Sarah Versprille’s crystalline vocals waltz with Daniel Hindman's mewing guitar lines, where soaring synth lines dance around gentle drum machine rattles, where ‘80s pop influences – Cocteau Twins, Prefab Sprout, the Eurythmics, Everything But The Girl – meet gauzy West.
This year, Pure Bathing Culture is soon to become a household term. Bringing a unique twist of 70s rock and folk in the style of Fleetwood Mac to the exploding dream pop wave of the last two years, they’ve crafted a really excellent record here. Moon Tides is destined to be one of the most relaxing and quietly rewarding offerings of the year. If the Fleetwood comparison sounds familiar, it’s because the band has some slight ties to highly influential rock group. But Pure Bathing Culture truly require no cover credentials or comparison for the sake of enjoyment. The result is a luscious, liquid sound with as much vintage groove as there is forward room to ponder.