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24Hourflu
  • Artist: 24Hourflu
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 711574608522
  • Item #: SRD460852
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 10/10/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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24Hourflu on CD

The experimental, progressive, rock unit from Erlanger, KY have now released their 2nd record in 10 months on Northern KY's SONA Records. The new 'self-titled' LP clocks in at 68mins and never let's the listener lose interest. This record shows off 'the quartet's perpetual shell game of instrument trading' in such an impressive manner that it will be 'a hypnotic trip you'll be eager to repeat.' (Cincinnati City Beat) The live show is almost always accompanied by some intriguing visuals that help to create a sort of 'artistry in motion' atmosphere. Not surprisingly they have contributed to several indie film soundtracks and have performed for many art openings and film festivals. This versatile act is sure not to disappoint in any setting. Members: Matt Ogden Andy Perkins Kevin Poole Joe Thompson 'Just as Jazz experimenters drew on instruments and techniques from the popular styles of their day, 24Hourflu uses the Indie and Electronica sounds of the last decade as a palette to paint a path into the unlit territory beyond the limits of traditional music.' 'Melodies and textures are explored and then left behind as they pass on to the next theme in a linear fashion that can be described as cinematic... a shifting swirl of ideas ranging from serene to pummeling, imposing with it's density and volume but also sometimes approaching mimimalism. One constant is that the music always exudes a sort of apocalyptic bleakness.' -(Ezra Waller, Cincinnati City Beat)