Twist And Shout

If you make the trek down to Louisiana, you won't leave the same way you came. Listening to Brother Dege, you breathe in the backwoods air, fall under the spell of the swamp, and get to know the ghosts of the Delta. Materialising at a crossroads between soul-rousing rock and roll, eloquent folk, graveyard Americana, and psychedelic bliss, the GRAMMY Award-nominated troubadour absorbs the spirit of his home state in threads of droning slide guitar, naked vocals, and blood-soaked poetry. On Brother Dege's sixth full-length "Aurora", after quietly generating tens of millions of streams, earning widespread acclaim, and carving out a corner in pop culture history with a co-sign by none other than Quentin Tarantino, the American guitarist and singer Dege Legg pulls everyone into his lush musical world. An undercurrent of bluesy distortion tosses and turns in tectonic motion beneath bold hooks as his love for seventies and eighties staples funnels into a twisted 21st century take on Southern rock. He emerges out of this smoke with a vision without comparison, bringing grit and gusto in equal measure to Alt-Americana. During 2004, when Dege Legg emerged as Brother Dege, he introduced his already fully-developed unique sound via the album debut "Trailerville". In it's wake, the sophomore full-length "Folk Songs of the American Longhair" yielded a procession of anthems, including 'Too Old to Die Young', which Tarantino personally selected to play over a key sequence in "Django Unchained" and to grace the tracklist of the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Dege parlayed this momentum into a string of fan favourite albums, namely "How To Kill A Horse" (2013), "Scorched Earth Policy" (2015), and "Farmer's Almanac" (2018). There can be no denying that Brother Dege is heavily influenced by the music and sound of the Deep South, against which he rebelled in his youth. Yet even while the roots remain strong, the American guitarist and singer transcends his song another step further into the universal language of rock and roll with his new masterpiece "Aurora". Lean back, close your eyes, and let these wonderful songs engulf you.
If you make the trek down to Louisiana, you won't leave the same way you came. Listening to Brother Dege, you breathe in the backwoods air, fall under the spell of the swamp, and get to know the ghosts of the Delta. Materialising at a crossroads between soul-rousing rock and roll, eloquent folk, graveyard Americana, and psychedelic bliss, the GRAMMY Award-nominated troubadour absorbs the spirit of his home state in threads of droning slide guitar, naked vocals, and blood-soaked poetry. On Brother Dege's sixth full-length "Aurora", after quietly generating tens of millions of streams, earning widespread acclaim, and carving out a corner in pop culture history with a co-sign by none other than Quentin Tarantino, the American guitarist and singer Dege Legg pulls everyone into his lush musical world. An undercurrent of bluesy distortion tosses and turns in tectonic motion beneath bold hooks as his love for seventies and eighties staples funnels into a twisted 21st century take on Southern rock. He emerges out of this smoke with a vision without comparison, bringing grit and gusto in equal measure to Alt-Americana. During 2004, when Dege Legg emerged as Brother Dege, he introduced his already fully-developed unique sound via the album debut "Trailerville". In it's wake, the sophomore full-length "Folk Songs of the American Longhair" yielded a procession of anthems, including 'Too Old to Die Young', which Tarantino personally selected to play over a key sequence in "Django Unchained" and to grace the tracklist of the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Dege parlayed this momentum into a string of fan favourite albums, namely "How To Kill A Horse" (2013), "Scorched Earth Policy" (2015), and "Farmer's Almanac" (2018). There can be no denying that Brother Dege is heavily influenced by the music and sound of the Deep South, against which he rebelled in his youth. Yet even while the roots remain strong, the American guitarist and singer transcends his song another step further into the universal language of rock and roll with his new masterpiece "Aurora". Lean back, close your eyes, and let these wonderful songs engulf you.
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Format: CD
Label: PROPHECY
Rel. Date: 03/15/2024
UPC: 884388872097

Aurora [Digipak]
Artist: Brother Dege
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Aurora
2. Where the Black Flowers Grow
3. Climbing Ivy
4. A Man Needs a Mommy
5. Turn of the Screw
6. Ouroboros
7. The Devil You Know
8. Loser's Blues
9. The Longing

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If you make the trek down to Louisiana, you won't leave the same way you came. Listening to Brother Dege, you breathe in the backwoods air, fall under the spell of the swamp, and get to know the ghosts of the Delta. Materialising at a crossroads between soul-rousing rock and roll, eloquent folk, graveyard Americana, and psychedelic bliss, the GRAMMY Award-nominated troubadour absorbs the spirit of his home state in threads of droning slide guitar, naked vocals, and blood-soaked poetry. On Brother Dege's sixth full-length "Aurora", after quietly generating tens of millions of streams, earning widespread acclaim, and carving out a corner in pop culture history with a co-sign by none other than Quentin Tarantino, the American guitarist and singer Dege Legg pulls everyone into his lush musical world. An undercurrent of bluesy distortion tosses and turns in tectonic motion beneath bold hooks as his love for seventies and eighties staples funnels into a twisted 21st century take on Southern rock. He emerges out of this smoke with a vision without comparison, bringing grit and gusto in equal measure to Alt-Americana. During 2004, when Dege Legg emerged as Brother Dege, he introduced his already fully-developed unique sound via the album debut "Trailerville". In it's wake, the sophomore full-length "Folk Songs of the American Longhair" yielded a procession of anthems, including 'Too Old to Die Young', which Tarantino personally selected to play over a key sequence in "Django Unchained" and to grace the tracklist of the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Dege parlayed this momentum into a string of fan favourite albums, namely "How To Kill A Horse" (2013), "Scorched Earth Policy" (2015), and "Farmer's Almanac" (2018). There can be no denying that Brother Dege is heavily influenced by the music and sound of the Deep South, against which he rebelled in his youth. Yet even while the roots remain strong, the American guitarist and singer transcends his song another step further into the universal language of rock and roll with his new masterpiece "Aurora". Lean back, close your eyes, and let these wonderful songs engulf you.
        
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