FREE Music Download Giveaway – “Please Please PRIS” By J-Rock Band MOLICE
MOLICE Mp3 freebie for 100 lucky winners!
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It couldn’t be easier – So what are you waiting for?!!!
“Please Please PRIS” (GCR REMIX) is an infectous raw rock tune with a solid backbeat and nifty vocals from lead singer Rinko. The track is remixed by Robby Takac of the American rock band “Goo Goo Dolls” and Engineer/Producer Justin Rose at GCR Audio (Buffalo, NY).
Molice are a modern Japanese band who draw inspiration from 70’s punk’s DIY spirit, 80’s new wave and power pop and 90’s unchained indies guitar rock. While many Japanese bands are the product of management hired producers and stylists, Molice have gone their own indie way, and created their own sound from a wide and unlikely combination of influences. Their name also has a variety of inspirations including- the Police, and the “mo” of Jim Morrison, Mo Tucker, and Morissey. Music writers have scrambled to find comparisons, with the Pixies and the Pretenders coming up most often.
The band was formed in 2007 by the charismatic female singer/rhythm guitarist Rinko, high tension guitarist Yuzuru Takeda, and rock solid drummer Takeshi Koyama. Just months after coming they were invited to play Summer Sonic, one of Japan’s biggest festivals.
‘Neugravity’. The album retains their raw rock sound punctuated by clever hooks, and lyrically goes deeper into sci-fi.
MOLICE official website: themolice.com
Good Charamel Records website: www.goodcharamel.com