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Their fifth album, “City Club” was recently released and showcases the band’s new style, which is a far reach from their old style. Produced by Julian Casablancas of The Strokes, City Club has it's producer's influence all over this record making it sound like some of his solo material. This record doesn’t sound like a record from The Growlers, it just fits in with everything else.
They’re the party band that grew into a traveling circus that spawned their own hit event, Beach Goth. Lead singer, Brooks Nielsen, draws a particular devotion among Growlers fans, as does chief cohort Matt Taylor, The Growlers’ music director and lead guitarist. The band’s 2016 LP, City Club, produced by Julian Casablancas, saw them expand their palette to include West African, dance.City Club, an Album by The Growlers. Released 30 September 2016 on Cult (catalog no. CLT025-CD; CD). Genres: Garage Rock Revival, Indie Rock.TV review: Gareth Evans’ Gangs of London raises the bar for action drama; Ozzy Osbourne prepares new studio album. Review: California’s The Growlers return to Birmingham May 25, 2017 June 5, 2017 Millie Finn mystic braves, O2 Academy, the growlers. Last updated on June 5, 2017. The Growlers returned to Birmingham to play the O2 Academy on May 24th; Support came from psychedelic five.
The band's fifth studio album, City Club was released by Cult Records on September 30, 2016, while they embarked on a supporting tour in the same month. It was the first Growlers album to be credited solely to Brooks Nielsen and Matt Taylor, as opposed to the whole band.Read More
The Growlers have slathered on the pop polish for their sixth album Natural Affair. The new outing is a hyper-poised LP that, while arranged and produced excellently, loses some of the band’s.Read More
The Growlers have naturally progressed past the simple days of the band’s youth, and its new album, Natural Affair, which was released Oct. 25, shows it refuses to regress back into its days of.Read More
Following on from their 2016, Julian Casablancas produced album City Club, The Growlers return to spotlight is this time padded by a firm ’80s synth pop appeal. The more they’ve progressed, the less they’ve embraced that twangy DIY aesthetic. Their new album Natural Affair forms a complete hotchpotch of polished pop songs that zigzags its way through love, social media and gender.Read More
The Growlers have a unique sound that has been labeled as “beach goth” which basically means a mix of garage, surf, and psychedelic rock. What is so intriguing about this relatively local band (having originating in Dana Point, California) is that their sound makes you feel morbidly optimistic, which is a rather contradicting feeling. You.Read More
The Growlers are fundamentally anti-pop. For one, Brooks Nielsen’s listless, drunken drawl reflects the doldrums of modern life; it’s as if he’s a sage for the dirty, psychedelic.Read More
Album Review: “City Club” by The Growlers. October 5, 2016 October 12, 2016 Melissa Palafox. The Growlers captured our hearts in 2013 when they released their debut single “One Million Lovers.” Once listeners had a taste of their fun jingles and lovesick lyrics, the band was forever ready to meet our needs. Past albums have conveyed charming themes of love, and whether it was from the.Read More
City Club is the fifth studio album by the Southern California rock band The Growlers, released on 30 September 2016 by Cult Records. City Club; Studio album by. The Growlers. Released: September 30, 2016: Recorded: 2016: Genre: Garage rock; synthpop; post-punk revival; new wave; Length: 49: 36: Label: Cult Records: Producer: Julian Casablancas, Shawn Everett: The Growlers chronology.Read More
The Growlers released their new album City Club at the end of September, unleashing to the world their first project under Julian Casablancas’ Cult Records label. The band recruited Casablancas as a producer, but the lead singer of The Strokes was also called upon to lay some vocals on a couple of tracks on the album, and fans will be quick to point out that his influence is quite evident.Read More