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  • Performer: Calexico
  • Album: Edge Of The Sun
  • FLAC: 1507 mb | MP3: 1449 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Calexico - Edge Of The Sun album flac

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Edge of the Sun is the eighth studio album by indie rock band Calexico. It was released in April 2015 on Anti Records. Calexico consists of: Ryan Alfred – upright and electric bass, synth, ambient guitar, vocals. Joey Burns – vocals, guitars, banjo, piano, organ, harmonica, cello, congas, accordion, shaker, ukulele, bass. John Convertino – drums, percussion. Sergio Mendoza – mellotron strings, percussion, piano, organ, backing vocals, vibes, guitar, vihuela, accordion, ukulele. Paul Niehaus – pedal steel.

Calexico have had a chiaroscuro career: after each of the band's more somber efforts, they tend to return with something lighthearted. Such is the case with Edge of the Sun: arriving after Algiers' journey into New Orleans noir, it feels like a working holiday - probably because it was close to one, with Joey Burns, John Convertino, and company spending ten days in Coyoacán, a Mexico City borough, for inspiration (later on, they recorded in Los Angeles and Athens, among other locales).

Edge Of The Sun. Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Rock ind�pendant Calexico. Date de parution 09 Avril 2015. Style MusicalRock indépendant. Membres possèdant cet album1. DISC 1. 1. Falling from the Sky. 2. Bullets & Rocks. 3. When the Angels Played. 4. Tapping on the Line. 6. Miles from the Sea. 7. Coyoacan. 8. Beneath the City of Dreams. 10. Moon Never Rises.

It’s called Edge of the Sun, and it’s out April 14 via Anti-. The album features a number of notable guest artists, including Neko Case, Iron & Wine’s Sam Beam, Band of Horses’ Ben Bridwell, Devotchka’s Nick Urata, and many others. The album was recorded in Mexico City. The image above is its cover artwork. In a statement, the band’s Joey Burns says the album is about pushing through the blue to brighter days.

Calexico have had an illustrious career since starting out way back in 1996. They have recorded with Iron and Wine and Nancy Sinatra, featured on an Arcade Fire B-side by request of the band themselves, toured with Pavement and the Dirty Three amongst many others, and have been featured on the Bob Dylan biopic He’s Not There and Breaking Bad. Despite all this, the band has more or less flown under the radar in comparison to their heavyweight contemporaries. Edge Of The Sun seems like a testament to an obsessive band, one eager to grow and stretch their long creative limbs. There are moments on the album that follow well trodden ground on the softer side of indie rock. Bullets and Rocks could very well be The Vaccines with it’s husky vocals and harmonies that follow a moody guitar riff streaked with drawling vintage organs and staccato horns. "Please retry". Calexico s follow-up to 2012 s acclaimed Algiers, Edge of the Sun began with a songwriting retreat to the historic Mexico City borough of Coyoacán. Working for the first time with Mexican collaborators, Calexico expanded their horizons as the guest list grew to include musicians from a myriad of backgrounds, origins, and genres, including Sam Beam from Iron and Wine, Ben Bridwell from Band of Horses, Nick Urata from Devotchka, Carla Morrison, Gaby Moreno, Amparo Sanchez, ts from the Greek band Takim, as well as Neko Case. I have liked every Calexico album prior to this one, but this feels like 'easy listening' to me, as though they've lost all of their edge.

The ‘edge of the sun’ could be coming from the direction of darkness seeking light, or riding the line between both. Which side of this edge are you on? Traversing along the edge of the sun, that to me feels closest to what this album is and what the band has been, and where we are with this international makeup of musicians. Madrid, Nashville, Tucson, El Paso, Berlin; it’s an eclectic mix. All in all, this album is about pushing through the blue to brighter days.

Calexico s follow-up to 2012 s acclaimed Algiers, Edge of the Sun began with a songwriting retreat to the historic Mexico City borough of Coyoacán.