Friday, October 14, 2005

Go Find

I've never heard much about this band The Go Find but I got their CD Miami which came out in September '04 I think, and it's really quite good. Probably good for fans of Postal Service or other like-minded electro-pop bands. Here, I found this information at Forced Exposure:

A one-man band from Belgium, with fellow Morr artist, Styrofoam (Arne Van Petegem) on production. The face and the voice behind it belong to Dieter Sermeus. where Styrofoam always tends to take an introspective look inside, The Go Find takes the other route by being positively extrovert. Sermeus presents himself as a very self-confident songwriter, whose catchy, yet sometimes melancholic pop music bypasses the brain and hits the heart directly. His songs feature the bitter sweetness of some of The Postal Service's tracks on the one hand. On the other, they also bring to mind the subtle glow The Notwist presented on Neon Golden. The Go Find occupies the intersection of both bands, which Dieter refers to as being highly influential to him

The Go Find-Modern Times

You can stream the whole album at Morr Music under the Releases section.

1 comment:

timver said...

Nice to see an positive review here from one of them really good belgian indie artists we have, being a belgian my own.
Like your blog!