Category: Classical

Tell Em - Sleigh Bells - Treats (CDr, Album)


  1. One of ’s most attention-getting debuts, Sleigh Bells' Treats comes on strong. Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss craft a sound that’s all climax, that sounds like cheap stereos turned up to 11 and boom cars that might actually explode. Nearly all the parts of all the songs on Treats are saturated with distortion that makes them feel even louder than they actually are (which is pretty loud.
  2. Apr 28,  · Tell 'Em Lyrics: All the kids, all the kids these days / All the kids, all the kids these days / Do you really wanna be that way? / Do you really wanna be that way? / Let me say, let me say, let me.
  3. Sleigh Bells - Treats review: Go loud or go home. This was inevitable. In a culture where 3OH!3 are glorified within the seedy realms of frat boy dance music, it could only take something this unapologetically abrasive - this illogical - to get the indie kids to join in on the fun.
  4. Apr 28,  · Sleigh Bells – “Tell ‘Em” (via P4K via Sleigh Bells’ band site) Treats is out 5/11 via Mom + Pop in conjunction with the M.I.A.-run N.E.E.T. Album art’s up there, tracklist’s down.
  5. Apr 30,  · Tell 'Em; Artist Sleigh Bells; Album Treats; Licensed to YouTube by SME, Live Nation Video Network, [Merlin] Liberation Music (on behalf of Liberator Music); UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA.
  6. Sleigh Bells is an electronic and noise pop duo formed in in Brooklyn, New York, USA. The band members are Alexis Krauss (vocalist, lyricist) and Derek E. Miller (songwriter, guitarist, producer). Miller was formerly the guitarist for the hardcore band Poison the Well, and Krauss was a member of the teen pop group nelabarmellkirikus.xyzinfo , Miller was waiting tables at a neighborhood Brazilian.
  7. Drummer boy Heavens deaf, drummer boy Heavy metal band sing with me Deep sleep, we can march to the beat Heavy metal band deal with me Drummer boy Put the move on the beat Let the other ones stick with me Deep sleep Put the heat on .
  8. May 11,  · Sleigh Bells long-awaited (it's been, like, so many months) future-pop blueprint/debut LP is out today, and you can hear it. Today. Not before, because M.I.A.'s N.E.E.T. imprint kept Treats on non.
  9. Issued unsealed in a poly outer bag. Includes a "composition notebook" filled with lyrics and an MP3 download card. "Rill Rill" contains portions of "Can You Get To That" by Funkadelic, used courtesy of Westbound Records, Inc. and written by George Clinton; Published by Bridgeport Music, Inc.

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