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Artist: White Mud Free Way
Date Released: July 27, 2004
- Headless Body in a Topless Bar
- Near Star
- Bar Code
- Mr. Messenger
- Nine Hours Back
This is album is a glimpse of originality within a combination of increasingly stale genres. White Mud Free Way creates a blended sound of indie-rock, folk, and electronica-lite all within the frames of country-tinged waltzes. Joining forces in Canada, Terence Bernando and Mari Solivan moved to New York as multi-media designers, but soon grew bored and formed a quartet with John Hill and Conrad Chouchan. The group made an immediate impact, showcased by CMJ and the Pop Montreal Festival. This album was conceived in a basement studio of Brooklyn with absolutely no limitations. Out came a beautifully written and produced record that made use of elements of almost every genre, though keeping country-folk as a focal point. The male/female vocals overlay the numerous background sounds and catchy guitar licks. Michael Ardaiolo