The M’s : Future Women. Right down to their very fundamentals, it’s very easy to argue that plenty of other bands have done what they have on their debut full-length proper, Future Women. But nobody’s done it the way that The M’s have, and that’s how we come to such an exciting piece of music
Album · 2006 · 11 Songs. Future Women The M's. Alternative.
The M's. Plan of the Man, 02:51. Never Do This Again, 04:07. Mansion In the Valley, 02:35. Darling Lucia, 06:15. Now playing: Normani Dancing with a Stranger.
The letter "m" is at the halfway point of the most commonly used Latin alphabet. Well, if there was an "m and a ½" that would be the true center, but the first definition will do just fine. At the dead center of that standardized set of letters is the one symbol that the Chicago indie pop group The M's derived its name from. Right in the middle, halfway between "a" and "z" - the waist of the alphabet, where the belt cinches in snug.
The M's' Future Women is a sprawling, thrillingly day-glo burst of indie rock glory. Combining the angular guitar attack of early-'90s guitar bands, the unrelenting hookiness of the mid-'90s chamber poppers, and the anything goes psychedelia of the Elephant 6 crew, the band is at once familiar and staggeringly fresh sounding. The Illinois foursome has a keen ear for melody and a nimble arranging touch, throwing in all kinds of strings, horns, percussion, bells, and harmonica and never sounding cluttered or forced
The M's. Écouter sur Napster. Nouveautés: Feb 2006. Label: Polyvinyl Records. The M's, as their debut demonstrates, started off as a home recording project amongst pals - shaggy and loose. By the time they recorded Future Women, however, the insanely versatile power-pop outfit had tightened into a touring juggernaut - shaggy and professional. The music still bubbles with gods of ear candy (dig all the squealing horns and strings). But the M's groove with the swagger of a seasoned live band
Women is the eponymous debut album by Calgary band Women, recorded by fellow Calgary-native Chad VanGaalen. It was released in 2008 on VanGaalen's Flemish Eye record label in Canada, and on Jagjaguwar in the US. The song "Sag Harbor Bridge" is a direct reference to the suicide of the artist Ray Johnson, like "Locust Valley" and "Venice Lockjaw" on Women's second album of 2010, Public Strain.
|A1||Plan Of The Man||2:51|
|A3||Going Over It||2:56|
|A5||Light I Love||2:37|
|B2||Never Do This Again||4:08|
|B3||Mansion In The Valley||2:35|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polyvinyl Record Company
- Copyright (c) – Polyvinyl Record Company
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): PRC 100-1A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): PRC 100-1B
|PRC-100CD||The M's||Future Women (CD, Album)||Polyvinyl Record Company||PRC-100CD||US||2006|
|PRC-100CD-ADV||The M's||Future Women (CD, Album, Promo)||Polyvinyl Record Company||PRC-100CD-ADV||US||2005|