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Fenech~Soler — ZILLA ( February 3, 2017)

Fenech~Soler — ZILLA ( February 3, 2017)

            Fenech~Soler — ZILLA ( February 3, 2017)
Indie disco act with ties to Delphic, Klaxons, and Friendly Fires.
Formed 2006 in Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire, England.
Location: Kings Cliffe, Britain (UK)
Genre: Pop/Rock, Electronic
Album release:  February 3, 2017
Record Label: So Recordings
Duration:     48:51
01 Kaleidoscope     3:37 
02 On Top     4:18 
03 Night Time TV     4:43 
04 Conversation     4:01 
05 Zilla I     2:05 
06 Grace     4:11 
07 Cold Light     4:54 
08 Undercover     4:43 
09 Touch     3:34 
10 Zilla II     2:53 
11 Andrew LindsayBe Someone     4:47 
12 From Afar     5:05
Copyright: ℗/© 2017 Fenech~Soler Under Exclusive Licence to So Recordings / Silva Screen Records Ltd. 
Benjamin Duffy Group Member
Ross Duffy Group Member
Fenech~Soler Composer, Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Jenna Foxton Portraits
Christopher Fudurich Vocal Engineer
Jon Green Composer
Jimmy Harry Composer
Nik Hodges Vocals
Alex James Composer
Dan Lancaster Additional Production, Composer, Mixing, Producer
Jonny Lattimer Composer
Jacknife Lee Composer
Andrew Lindsay Additional Production, Composer, Mixing, Musician, Producer
Tom Neville Composer, Keyboards, Mixing
Holly Partridge Composer
Harry Purser Mastering
Nick Scott Art Direction, Design
Avi Serfaty Assistant
Daniel Soler Composer, Musician
Ten Ven Producer
Jeff Varner Management
AllMusic Review by Marcy Donelson;  Score: ***½
Fenech~Soler’s third LP but their debut as a duo, Zilla was written and recorded by the group’s founders, Ben and Ross Duffy. After drummer Andrew Lindsay and the project’s namesake, bassist Daniel Soler (full name Daniel Fenech~Soler), left the band following heavy touring in support of 2013’s Rituals, the brothers struggled to come up with that certain something. They found their inspiration in a sojourn from L.A. to their hometown in Northamptonshire, England, where they came across the first keyboard they ever had as kids. That sound did the trick, and the Duffys made the majority of the self~recorded album within weeks. It offers more of their reliably buoyant, pulsing electropop, if a touch cleaner and more direct than albums past. They get the party going early with effervescent tracks like the opener, “Kaleidoscope” (“Visions in the darkness/Our love is a kaleidoscope”). That description also includes the ever~so~slightly disorienting “Night Time TV,” which lead vocalist Ben Duffy referred to as an “insomnia song.” It plays with effects and beat alignment, but not enough to ruffle the four on the floor. The record’s sequencing offers some respite from insistent beats with the two~minute instrumental “Zilla I” and then “Zilla II,” which reintroduces voice and drums while remaining an interlude. There are also more wistful tunes, like “Cold Light” and “Be Someone,” though once drums lock in, tempos are deceptively consistent. These songs do bring down the lights, however, and give the album some dramatic tension, so to speak. The album’s closer, “From Afar,” takes this a step further with a buildup to sparkling layers of synths, hi~hat, and strings. On the whole, Zilla’s a solid return, with a staff reduction that most fans are unlikely to notice.
Website: http://www.fenechsoler.co.uk/
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/fenechvideo
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FENECHSOLER
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/fenech-soler
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fenechsoler?fref=ts
Press: charlotte@your-army.com, lorraine@charmfactory.co.uk
Agent: World Excluding North America: Roman Trystram: roman.trystram@caa.com /// North America: Carole Kinzel: Carole.Kinzel@caa.com and Kyle Wilensky: Kyle.Wilensky@caa.com

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