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Sun, 21 September 2014

No Love Lost at Yah Yahs

Filed under: contemporary music, Live Music Venues, rock music, CD Launches, Gigs — site admin @ 8:53 am

No Love Lost, the highly anticipated new album by former Glide guitarist Andy Kentler, will be officially released at Yah Yah’s on Saturday 11th October.
Andy Kentler and band will be joined by the enigmatic Brian Henry Hooper (Beasts of Bourbon, Surrealists) and the moody and emotive Rachel Shaw Band. Doors open at 8pm.
Tix available at Yah Yah’s: 99 Smith St Collingwood.
‘No Love Lost’ contains 11 original songs written and produced by Andy Kentler. The LP was tracked to 2” tape by Rob Long and mixed by influential mixer/producer Lindsay Gravina (Rowland S Howard, Magic Dirt, The Living End) at Birdland Studios. The album features Jon Shannon guitar, Nick Blanch bass, Alex Deegan on drums and guest spots by Dave Moll (St.Kilda stalwart), Don Ely (Shivers,Gamma Rays) and the legendary Ed Bates (The Sports) on pedal steel guitar.
As a musician Andy Kentler is known for his work with highly revered Sydney band Glide (sadly disbanded after the death of William Arthur), as bass player with surf/soundtrack instrumental band The Gamma Rays and for his acclaimed debut album ‘Move On’. Here on his second LP he ropes in a bunch of old friends, liquors them up and produces a bunch of well-crafted, memorable songs of varying styles.

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