The Fishing Journal - The Fishing Journal EP download flac
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The Fishing Journal is an alternative rock power trio from Columbia, SC. Active locally and regionally their five year.
British electronic producer Basic Rhythm returns with a brand new album, On the Threshold, out today via Planet Mu, and he takes us through the top 10 songs that influenced his latest work.
The Fishing Journal started as an outlet to record songs written on guitar by Chris Powell during his tenure as a drummer in Columbia, SC. During that time he played in the bands Death Becomes Even the Maiden and The Mercy Shot. This project finds him behind a guitar and microphone for the first time in years. Chuck Sligh and Josh Latham (bass and drums) have joined to form a formidable trio.
Colton, Nessie, and Ditch.
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The Fishing Journal, The Kid's Electric.
Fishing Sockeye Salmon in the Fraser River. Sockeye salmon fever has hit the northwest! Typically, this fishery only opens once every four years on the Fraser River. In recent years I've noticed a number of new rod manufacturers launching their first telescopic rod models.
The Fishing Journal, Press. Part of the burgeoning music scene in the Palmetto state, this trio is the vehicle for the songs of ex-Death Becomes Even the Maiden’s Chris Powell, ex-Restoration drummer Josh Latham and Mercy Shot bassist Reno Gooch. The band’s eponymous six-song EP last year felt like the last decade of synth-pop and glo-stick hippie revivals had never happened, an idea which in general we applaud. Filled with sharp tempo turns, coruscating guitars and hyper-kinetic rhythms, the songs recall everything from Joan of Arc to Slint without pinching too much from.
|A1||The Words Fell|
|A3||We're Still Sane. I'm Amazed|
|B1||I Won't Rest|
|B2||It Has To Be|