On his fifth album fronting the Good Life, he softens his takes on modern life with gentle, PG-13 humor and a tremendous lessening of stakes. The self-evisceration has given way to bellyaching on Everybody’s Coming Down. Rather than busting down the fourth wall and providing insider intel as to what happens in "The Troubadour’s Green Room", Kasher diffidently states what was always implied-he’s singing for any kind of attention and the only original thought results from two cliches soldered together as non sequitur-"I was chasing the big fish/ And all the wine and roses that.
The Good Life has its core in those four musicians, but besides Kasher can be a rotating cast of characters involving many from Saddle Creek Records. The band's name came from the original state slogan for Nebraska, the home of Kasher and Saddle Creek, before 2003, when the slogan was changed. The Good Life released their fifth album, Everybody's Coming Down, on August 14, 2015.
로필: Omaha, Nebraska indie rock style band fronted by Tim Kasher, founded in 2000. The group originally started out as a solo project for Kasher where he could explore different song writing techniques then with his other band, Cursive. However, the project quickly formed into a full fledged group. Everybody's Coming Down (Album).
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Everybody’s Coming Down moves in a new direction musically and, in contrast to The Good Life’s earlier releases, is very much a rock record. It is also the first that truly embodies the band as a whole, more so than any previous album. In blending elements of drummer Roger L. Lewis’s love of classic rock, t Ryan Fox’s chaotic approach to melody, Stefanie Drootin-Senseney’s propulsive, tuneful bass parts and colorful vocal arrangements, and Kasher’s deft, complementary song writing, the band sparked a vibrant evolution in sound
Everybody's Coming Down 2015. Help Wanted Nights 2007. Tim Kasher spent the end of the 1990s making powerful and somewhat underrated music as the lead singer and guitarist for the Omaha-based post-rock quartet Cursive, but the band never really allowed him to explore any of his softer ideas and more personal sentiments. For years, the always inventive songwriter had been setting his mellower ideas aside, occasionally playing them at local coffeehouse shows or in the company of friends, but never sharing them with a very wide audience. After touring in support of the album, Kasher released a record with Cursive, Mama, I'm Swollen, in 2009 and a solo album titled The Game of Monogamy in 2010, while still performing with the Good Life.
But in Everybody’s Coming Down, Kasher’s not marking the end of life’s timeline, nor the end of a relationship. On this LP, he’s weighing the beginning of life’s second act. Even if you’re a staunch atheist at 20 years old, you’re still 20, Kasher explains. It’s the first question that animates Kasher among the obligatory album cycle chatter. Kasher’s already hashed out the timelines of the Good Life’s recorded reunion, which has been eight years in the making. But all the reunited band questions?
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