A truly impressive debut from the Manchester trio. Stop-Start was recorded at Unit 13 Studios , London. Produced, mixed and mastered by Paul Tipler. The artwork was produced by Lisa Mattocks based on an image taken by Louise Woodcock. The most invigorating aspect of being in a band is the experience of playing live together on stage. Our intention, when we set out to record the album, was to attempt to capture this fairly indescribable experience. We strived to create a record that would connect with our audience in a real, raw and relentless way. Having the opportunity to turn that into something tangible that we can share with our friends, families, fans, audiences and strangers is a unique gift. My greatest hope is that in STOP-START people find something they can relate to and resonate with — something that means something to them — that might help them to get through something, however big or small; or that might inspire another generation of musicians to pick up guitars and take to the stage.
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Manchester trio LIINES have gradually built momentum releasing several tracks since their debut single two years ago making the release of their debut album Stop-Start a long time coming. The wait was worth it. At all. The thing I love most about this album is how raw and abrasive it sounds. Highlights from the album include, well, every track really, though Find Something will be stuck in your head for days. You can follow them on Twitter as werareliines and Like on Facebook.
Sorry to be the pedant - Steph on bass? Yes Derrick, Steph recorded the album with them and left when it was completed to be replaced by Tamsin. Refusing to compromise their principles, their style and their integrity to fit into some sort of scene, they tick few of the boxes that the industry would have you do to succeed. But succeed they have, and one listen to Stop - Start tells you why. With a sizeable following outside the UK, the patronage of the likes of John Kennedy, who read a review we wrote for Louder Than War in a drunken effusive haze and played Never There every night for two weeks after sourcing it from his flu bed, the Unsigned Guide, Get In Her Ears and an ever increasing band of influential behind-the-scenes people, they one by one knocked over the barriers in their way, selling out shows in Manchester and further afield. Disappear starts with a drumbeat that sounds military in its precision, like a first punch, followed up by two knockout ones that finish you off and leave you submitting to them. The lyrics, like so much that's gone before, come from a dark place, this time dealing in the inability to move on and look forwards "Don't you wish you'd learnt to forget, something you know that has ended? Never Wanted This feels even more sparse than what's gone before, just drums and vocals in parts - "hold tight, I'll keep us together, I never wanted this" - as the desperation in Zoe's voice becomes more edgy and intense as she repeats the song's title. The album finishes with Nothing that's full of the bleak realisation that things might be coming to an end with the telling and emotionally honest line "now there's nothing in my heart for you" in keeping with the rest of the album running through the song.
We have been married 16 years and we got married during the week off in between his first and second year of medical school. They may need much more than casual contact with the church to see the truth in it. I don't want a life of paranoia and loneliness but she is the person I want to be with and I want to ask her the most important question of my life this summer. I would say though that racial differences are NOT like religious differences, certainly not those between Mo and Nomo. And don't fall for all their talk of being open and welcoming. If your spouse thinks 8 is too young to get baptized, are you all right with waiting until they are older. I excused canceling plans, seeing each other only once a week, not being able to text much, etc. I know, there is a world, which I have traveled, that have a life so much more difficult than I. I had a busy career and tried continues that until my son was 3 years old and I realized that he saw us a few minutes during his awaken hours….