Posts Tagged The Coathangers
–soulful, heartfelt, strong
Death Cab for Cutie- Codes and Keys
–adore this melodic indie band
Nick Jaina- The Beanstalks that have Brought Us Here Have Gone
–impressive range of moods, vocals and compositions. talented women with distinctive voices
The Decemberists- The King is Dead
PJ Harvey- Let England Shake
–songs about England’s history told in a manner only PJ Harvey can do. such an amazing album.
Cake- Showroom of Compassion
–quirky, infectious, great to work-out to
If By Yes- Salt on Sea Glass
The Strokes- Angles
Elbow- Build a Rocket Boys
–so understated that its simplicity is its charm
Rachel Platten- Be Here
–underlying cerebral, often serious-minded messages amidst catchy chords and dulcet vocals.
The Coathangers- Larcey & Old Lace
–The Coathangers growl, grind and sneer through its power rock songs.
The Living Sisters- Love to Live
–This lush aural tapestry with sweet voices harmonizing will make you put the album on repeat.
Juliana Hatfield- There’s Always Another Girl
–I’ve always liked Hatfield’s moody songs as I can easily relate to the topics Hatfield frequently sings about.
Although it’s 2011, an all-female band still stands out. L7 meets Hole meets The Donnas. The Coathangers growl, grind and sneer through its power rock songs. The clear anti-abortion reference in its names indicates pure brilliance for the Atlanta four-piece. There’s a fun, devil-may-care attitude throughout the album. “Go Away” blends sweet vocals with grungy chords. Snarling vocals herald a truly ass-kicking “Hurricane.”Girl power rules on the witty, lighter“Go Away:”“you keep on hoping / you try to be the one/ you try and you just can’t see/ you try and you just can’t see/ that you’re not the one for me.” The Coathangers show their range from darker to lighter tracks– some more rocking, some more poppy. “Sicker” churns out in a heavier mode. Larceny and Old Lace will charge you up and empower you.
Label: Suicide Squeeze
Release date: June 7, 2011
PR: 230 Publicity