Homey is the second studio album by American math rock band, Chon. It was released on June 16, 2017 through Sumerian Records. It was the band's first release not to feature bassist Drew Pelisek. Mario Camarena – guitar. Nathan Camarena – drums, percussion. Anthony Crawford – bass guitar. Erick Hansel – guitar. Giraffage – producer. John Greenham – mastering. Eric Palmquist – engineer, mixing, producer.
Дата релиза 16 Июнь 2017. Лейблы Sumerian Records. Музыкальный стильProgressive Metal. Владельцы этого альбома1.
Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your CHON collection. I have a half yellow, half purple pressing of the album that I was told was from the more recent holiday tour with the string quartet, but I'm not seeing anything on here or other sites. could be a misprint? Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful. referencing Homey, LP, Album, Yel, none. This is officially for sale in the CHON store. Limited to 300 units. Reply See 1 reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Homey is a music studio album recording by CHON (Post Rock/Math rock/Progressive Rock) released in 2017 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Sleepy Tea (3:05) 2. Waterslide (3:26) 3. Berry Streets (3:28) 5. Checkpoint (3:48) 6. Nayhoo (2:51) 7. Here and There (3:40) 8. The Space (2:47) 9. Feel This Way (3:43) 10.
CHON homeys has 17,131 members. So who's heard the hype about Animals As Leaders having vocals on their next album? I've been working on something myself for quite a while, but I couldn't wait to get it out! Here's my vocal version of THE BRAIN DANCE!
Chon are a divisive band. An instrumental guitar group with toes in the math rock and prog metal scenes, their technical brand of complex, clean guitar acrobatics has enthralled some, and left others cold. With their debut Glow they delivered a dense and impressive record that nevertheless stopped short of any deep emotional punches. Homey doubles down on the relaxed, lighthearted mood of their debut, as well as the stunning complexity of the guitar work – witness lead single Waterslide.
The palm tree and pink tint on the album's cover, not to mention its title, are a good indication of the sound and mood here. It's vibrant, summery, and friendly, sounding like the work of best friends who do everything together, and also happen to be highly skilled musicians. While associated with various post-hardcore scenes, their music is hardly aggressive or confrontational, and seems closer in spirit to prog or jazz. Instead of writing lengthy epics, however, the band keeps its songs brief, concise, and punchy.
|A3||Berry Streets (feat. GoYama)|
|A6||Nayhoo (feat Masego & Lophiile)|
|B1||Here and There|
|B3||Feel This Way (feat. Giraffage)|
|B4||Glitch (feat. ROM)|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 817424017428
- Barcode (Printed): 8 17424 01742 8
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