10

Jul

2006

Darker My Love

Spaceland, Los Angeles, CA

07/10/06 Spaceland, Los Angeles, CA

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Brady in Spaceland 8/1/2006 10:21:05 AM

"Once upon a time, there lived a group of revelers who made their homes along the sparkling landscape of the California coast. Amidst the glitter of the ocean and the sun-lit haze of the morning, they began to make music together, drenching their guitars in blissed-out fuzz, their drums pulsing and crashing like waves, and stretching echoing harmonies sky-high. And with each distorted squeal of feedback, with each note drifting upward and heavenward, gleaming in the shards of California sunlight, as if it were meant for divine intervention: Darker My Love was born. Taking a cue from the greats – My Bloody Valentine, The Velvet Underground –and some influence from their peers – The Dandy Warhols, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – Darker My Love has established themselves as a vital component in the psychrock scene. Together, they create some of the most beautifully explosive, shimmering guitar rock to ever come from beside the Pacific Ocean. “Mondays in Spaceland (Volumes 1-4)” Recorded live during Darker My Love’s month-long Monday night residency at Spaceland, these albums perfectly document the wild sonic beauty of a band poised for greatness. Their raw talent, which has led to such overwhelming praise as “amazing,” “awe-inducing,” and “heart-stoppingly great,” is now available for everyone to experience. Brady says this band rocks. This first show blows your mind with a wall of guitars. Their sound is unique yet familiar, it takes you back to the 1970`s but retains a futuristic sound most bands can only dream of. "