Arranged By – Spanish Love Songs. Artwork By – Justin Witmer. Engineer – Patrick Kerier. Giant Sings The Blues (LP, Album, Ltd). Wiretap Records, Bearded Punk Records.
Songs by Dylan Slocum & arranged by Spanish Love Songs.
Little Giants by Spanish Love Songs, released 14 October 2016 1. Sad Songs 2. For Ruby 3. Check Your Hair 4. Stranger (Acoustic) 5. Concrete (Demo) 6. Nervous People (Demo) 7. Vermont (Demo) 8. Bright Day (Demo) 9. Roosevelt (Demo). Spanish Love Songs - Dylan Slocum (Guitar and Vocals), Kyle McAulay (Guitar), Gabe Mayeshiro (Bass), and Ruben Duarte (Drums). Produced by Kyle McAulay and Dylan Slocum. Engineered by Kyle McAulay and Dylan’s iPhone Mixed by Kyle McAulay. Additional guitar on Stranger (Acoustic) by Arron Rayner. Album Photography by Carl Dean Cox Album Layout by Dylan Slocum. Giant Sings The Blues.
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Released March 30, 2018. With their sophomore album schmaltz, the band expands their sound both musically and lyrically. More anthemic than ever, the band tears through ten songs in which Dylan Slocum tries to find a positive way to handle the loss of those closest to him while inching towards self-acceptance in a world that doesn’t always feel like home. Producers Dylan Slocum & Kyle McAulay. Writers Dylan Slocum. More Spanish Love Songs albums. Giant Sings The Blues (Extended Version).
Spanish Love Songs sound eerily like The Menzingers. It’s almost uncanny: Leader singer Dylan Slocum’s vocals and pessimistic lyricism, the lead guitar over chunky riffs, the gruff pop punk, the distant vocal effects that start the album, a ballad-esque number for good measure. If 2015’s Giant Sings the Blues was A Lesson in the Abuse of Information Technology, new album Schmaltz is their Chamberlain Waits. Schmaltz is a great record, one easy to see rowdy punks everywhere connecting with
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The majority of these sides were cut in Los Angeles, with the exception of the New Orleans-recorded "I'm Still in Love With You" and the Windy City cut of "Bye Bye Baby. Loads of great T-Bone guitar and a cool West Coast sound to most everything on here make this an important addition to anyone's blues collection.