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The luscious and sensuous voice of Juliarna Cleal provides a perfect counterpoint to the ethereal, bittersweet, pop; textured layers of guitars, cello, drum, bass, and minimalist electronica; The sound is pop; sensual, dark brooding, with a fragile intense female vocal over stark guitars and intelligent electronica. What punk would sound like if it could be beautiful?
The Fakes create dark, moody pop recalling at times Mazzy Star, The Sneaker Pimps, Cowboy Junkies, Paradise Motel, My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, and even the Velvet Underground. Produced by Robbie Rowlands (12 techniques, Morning After Girls...) Storm in a Teacup is The Fakes first release and is already generating plenty of interest in Europe and the US. The Fakes is from Melbourne, Australia.
- I hate January
- A minutes notice
- Guitars&keys – Jason Mccormick
- Voice – Juliarna Cleal
- Bass – Peter Bouwman
- Cello – Carolyn Gannell
- Drums – Dave Cox
- All songs were written by Jase Mccormick for Off To Camp Music©2005
- Recorded @ Graham & Adrianna's
- Engineered by Jase Mccormick, Robbie Rowlands
- Produced & Mixed by Robbie Rowlands @ Behive Studios, Australia
- Mastered by John Rubert @ Crystal Mastering, Australia
- Artwork by Marianne Davies
- Layout by Phill McEvoy
Special thanks to Marianne Davies, Adrian Verdnik, Robbie Rowlands, Lasse de Flon, Graham Gibson, Anna Shanahan, Phill McEvoy, John Ruberto, Jim Matheas, All our families and friends. Arts Victoria and everyone who showed an interest.
Storm In A Teacup is originally released on Hive Projects, Australia, and licensed by Sublime Exile Recordings, Europe in © 2005.