Peeler – Evils Of The Modern Pleasure Dance

December 30th, 2006
by Celtic Bob

Peeler

Evils Of The Modern Pleasure Dance

2006, Independent

Rating: 3.5/5

 

 

This Canadian singer, songwriter, producer hails from < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Brantford, Ont where by the age of 15 he was already teaching guitar lessons. Set to hit stages across the nation with his trio of musicians starting in January ’07. His second single off this debut “Half Past High” is set to be released in early January as well.

Craig Peeling is the brain behind this disc of modern rock tunes. With upbeat rockers like the title track, “Pretty Little Things” and “The Greatest Liars” put you in mind of a heavy U2.  Craig’s vocals even have a slight Bono sound to them in places but not to the point of imitation. The track “The Man I Used To Be” is another upbeat rocker that gives off a bit of the 80’s rock feel. It’s sort of an ELECTRIC era Cult vibe happening here. A really great track that is in dire need to be cranked at your next house party. Peeling incorporates some interesting sounds and melodies throughout the disc. With the catchy hooks, memorable grooves and strong vocals Peeler should become huge in the not to distant future.

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Peeler is definitely one of the hottest new Canadian artists to watch out for. This debut will get him noticed.

 

 

 

www.peeler.ca

 

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