- Title:So Many Dynamos
- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
- Date of release:April 9, 1996
- Recording date:November, 1995
- Recording location:Pachyderm Studio, Cannon Falls, MN
- Size FLAC version1867 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1901 megabytes
- Size WMA version1862 megabytes
- Formats:FLAC VOX AC3 XM DXD AIFF
TRG, Twin, Tone 89287.
Milk was born in the heartland in the spring of 91' on a quiet velvet street. There deep inside the stomach of Middle America, three beings, half human, strapped on the utensils necessary for the creation of amplified sound. In the spring of 92' Milk put out it's first 7" on Spanish Fly and used it to tour the . A few singles later Milk released their first full-length CD, "Ear" and in 94' released their second CD, " on Spanish Fly. Both of these releases received much critical acclaim from the press and college radio. Milk spent 1995 touring the .
So Many Dynamos is a rock band from St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Their music is generally classified as indie rock, combining aspects of electropop and dance-punk. They take their name from a famous palindrome. The band's first recording, a five-song EP entitled Are We Not Drawn Onward to New Era?, was released by now-defunct St. Louis label Ambivalent Records in 2003. The album was recorded by John John (John Katsafanas) at Red Light Studios in St. Louis
Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from So Many Dynamos. Following an EP on Ambivalent Records in summer 2003, So Many Dynamos released its debut full-length, When I Explode (mixed by the Dismemberment Plan's Jason Caddell), in 2004 on Skrocki Records.
The original 'refrigerator' magnet packaging features artwork by Denver based print designer John Vogl. Includes unlimited streaming of So Many Dynamos EP via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days.
So Many Dynamos’ third album continues to marry old-school video game synths with guitar-based rock. Musically, they do some very interesting things and the songs sound quite distinct. The descending chromatic guitar lines of The Novelty of Haunting come straight out of a Castlevania game; perfect for this kind of band. The synth-funk of New Bones finds a dance groove that works well, at least before being continually interrupted by aggravating bursts of keyboard bloops and guitar noise.
Currently in support of their third album "The Loud Wars", St. Louis band So Many Dynamos play intelligent, angular post-punk with style and bombast. Don't think about it too much though, you might forget to dance. Stream the live set at KEXP. So Many Dynamos - Live @ KEXP 7/14/2009. Artifacts Of Sound (Live @ KEXP) (03:51).
CreditsMilk - Primary Artist, Producer
Bridgitt Shields - Photography
Brent Sigmeth - Engineer, Producer
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