Sydney’s DMA’s are in joyous, unrepentant thrall to a very specific sound: ‘90s Britpop. It’s all present and correct. The jangly guitars; the waves of earworm melody; the swagger; the bucket hats. And much like the best of Britpop, there’s an infectious, brattish bravado pulsing through this debut album. It’s straining with great swirling hurricanes of noise: Lay Down, Too Soon and Melbourne, for example, are devilishly catchy, pomped-up anthems that can’t reach their bulletproof choruses quick enough
DMA's 'Hills End' Album. DMA’s are a trio based in Newtown, Australia best known for their nostalgic garage pop vibe. The three friends Johnny Took, Matt Mason and Tom O’Dell began writing songs in Johnny’s bedroom studio, all gaining instant attention without having released an official track or playing a single show. Hills End’ was released on February 26th, was mainly recorded by the band in guitarist Johnny Took’s bedroom in Sydney, bringing together the influences and endeavors of the past three years of each individual. Took is said to be heavily inspired by folk artists like Bob Dylan, ‘American guitar bands from the 90’s’ For Mason and an English influence from frontman O’Dells Liverpudlian dads like for The Beatles, The Stone Roses and The La’s.
Erscheinungsdatum 26 Februar 2016. Labels Infectious Records Mom and Pop Records I Oh You. Musik GenreIndie Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0.
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DMA's – Hills End. Label: Infectious Music – INFECT268CD. Country: UK & Europe. Producer, Recorded By, Engineer – Dylan Adams. Vocals – Thomas O'Dell. Written-By – DMA's, Patrick Harrowsmith (tracks: 2, 5), Thomas Crandles (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 8, 12). Notes. Sticker on seal reads: DMA's Hills End INFECT268CD.
The debut album from the Aussie Brit-pop revivalists, Hills End 's influences are obvious and many, but DMA's deliver the goods with enough vitality and pure pop acumen to temper some of the criticisms that their obvious affinity for all things Oasis and Stone Roses will no doubt invoke. The trio caught a wave of buzz in 2014 with their melodious, acoustic guitar-driven ode to young love "Delete," which appears here in a newly recorded, far more ornate version that builds to a dizzying crescendo.
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Titled Hills End, you can expect the album to hit your ears on Friday 26th February. Made up of 12 tracks from the past four years, Hills End, like their first EP, began in guitarist Johnny Took’s Newtown bedroom. The album was then produced by the band and Dylan Adams in a small studio in Coogee and then mixed by the legendary Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, of Depeche Mode, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Maximo Park fame. Tracks include the band’s first breakout single Delete, their latest Lay Down, as well as new cuts like In The Moment, Step Up The Morphine and Straight Dimensions. Watch: DMA’S – Lay Down. 1. Timeless 2. Lay Down 3. Delete 4. Too Soon 5. In The Moment 6. Step Up The Morphine 7. So We Know 8. Melbourne 9. Straight Dimensions 10. Blown Away 11.
Is Hills End the best album by DMA's? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Hills End by DMA's (2016) Release date: 2016-02-26 Overall rank: 10,907th.