Monday, December 8, 2008

Go Motion - Kill The Love - 2007

Hailing from Omaha, NE, the three-piece Go Motion concocts irresistible dance rock with original flair. Their debut album, Kill The Love, conjures dark imagery with energetic tempos and displays Go Motion's progressive take on an established genre.
Tracked at Black Lodge Recording Studios (The Appleseed Cast, The Get Up Kids) in Eudora, KS, the new LP was mixed by the band at Smart Studios in Madison, WI (Beck, As Tall As Lions) with the help of Beau Sorenson. The collaborative result is a melodic rock album that demands dancing. The intertwining of guitars provided by James Luther and Albert Kurniawan in combination with Luther's keyboard talents creates ethereal resonance - simultaneously energizing and hypnotic. Kurniawan takes on lead vocals, and channels The Cure's Robert Smith as he effortlessly ranges from entrancing to eerily robotic. David Luther's percussion varies from sparse and meticulous to drunkenly discotheque and is supported by Albert's bass lines, which bump and bounce with exuberance.
Go Motion have played with many major and indie label bands in 2007 including Kill Hannah, Under the Influence of Giants, Shiny Toy Guns, The Stills, Snowden, Tapes 'n Tapes, Pattern is Movement, MC Chris, What Made Milwaukee Famous, and many more. -


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robert pally said...


Do you have anything by The Durocs, Face Dancer, Iguana, Meal Ticket, Ginger, The Heartbeats, Neil Harrison, The Dukes, Key West or The States?



Curty Ray said...

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Anonymous said...

I just gotta say Albert Kurniawan has such an awesome personality too. He's an amazing person and incredibly hilarious!! I love his voice, I think it is so unique. Which I think is a super plus for Go Motion. God Bless.

Anonymous said...

Hi could you please reupload this album. I can't find it anywhere. Thanks

Curty Ray said...

Links are up to date

Anonymous said...

Wow that was quick, thanks a lot


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