Shades of Sadness and So. .has been added to your Cart. Stellarscope’s energetic live performances has garnered the band accolades from their peers as well as their fans. With multiple releases under their belts they continue to march forward and evolve with the times. Their music has appeared in many compilations and tribute albums, documentaries as well as on MTV, A&E, Discovery Channel, Alli Sports TV, and more.
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Artist: Stellarscope Release: Shades of Sadness And Sorrow Release Date: 03/03/15 Record Company: Patetico Recordings Hailing from Philadelphia, Stellarscope. Their latest album entitled ‘Shades Of Sadness And Sorrow’ gets it’s official release on 03/03/15 on ‘Patetico Recordings’. Stellarscope are a staple of the indie rock scene with their unique brand of post-punk indie rock. Their music is dark and emotive yet it still has a pop sensibility to it.
Philadelphia’s Stellarscope are a staple of the indie rock scene with their unique brand of post-punk indie rock. Ocean of storms, by Stellarscope. from the album Shades of Sadness and Sorrow.
There are 10 songs from this album. Shades of Sadness and Sorrow is their latest release after The End is Near. I’m Not Prepared (March 2014). The album will be officially launched early this March 2015. It is amazing that the Shades of Sadness and Sorrow sounds complex considering that there are only two personnel under Stellarscope: Tom Lugo and Bob Forman. The recording is so lo-fi you would think you are listening to a cassette tape from some obscure 80s band. And that’s the way I like it. In a way it is a trip to the bast while at the same time the subject is very much relevant to what’s.
|1||Dug This Hole||3:43|
|2||Never Hated Like This||3:46|
|3||Living In A Haze||4:49|
|5||Eat Your Heart Out||4:17|
|6||Broken To Pieces||4:44|
|7||Ocean Of Storms||3:35|
|8||It's All Gone||4:23|
|10||Face First In The Dirt||6:48|