Lindsay The Mathlete – Charleston, SC (Prog-Pop / Rock)

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Community Independent Artists Lindsay The Mathlete – Charleston, SC (Prog-Pop / Rock)

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    #1271
    Coker
    Participant
    Rank: Dew
    Points: 13

    Hi folks!

    My name’s Liam Coker, I’m the keyboardist and lead singer in my band Lindsay The Mathlete. Our debut record Milk For Warmth just dropped today and I thought I’d get the word out.

    It’s made up of jangly power-pop, intimate ballads, and psychedelic pop, all under one roof. So please check it out!

    https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/lindsaythemathlete/milk-for-warmth

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    #1328
    thenewcuriouscity
    artwork by magnus
    Rank: First Frost
    Points: 120.25

    Awesome work man! Such a breath of fresh air despite feeling like an homage to timeless sounds in music. The retro power pop vibes on this project make it a blast from the heavenly chorus on “Together,” to the heights of “Tonight,” to the grand finale of “Do Re Mi.”

    I think the lead single, “True To You” is my favorite track from the album but that could be familiarity bias- will be sinking my teeth into this with time.

    to the reader; find more Liam magic below

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    #1329
    thenewcuriouscity
    artwork by magnus
    Rank: First Frost
    Points: 120.25

    another fav from the album

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    #6583
    Coker
    Participant
    Rank: Dew
    Points: 13

    Hi everyone! My band just dropped a new single called “Too Long” which is part of a rock opera that should be coming out in the Fall. Any reviews or comments appreciated! https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/lindsaythemathlete/too-long

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    #6594
    chubes
    HMFIC
    Rank: Ice Rink
    Points: 20118.5

    Hey Coker, thanks for sharing! Interesting song – the changes are cool.

    I would love to know more about this rock opera. Can you tell me more about the concept? Do the songs tell a story when pieced together?

    Also, what is the cover art? Is that part of your rock opera?

    For the readers – here’s the Spotify stream

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    #6604
    Coker
    Participant
    Rank: Dew
    Points: 13

    @chubes

    It takes place in a fictional world stylized around the age of steamships from the 1890s through the 1920s. It has fantasy elements tossed in there. It follows the main character Phillip who leaves his home to become a sailor in the company of Captain Oligald, an old sailor that can do cool Gandalf style wizard stuff. There’s Officer Lightroller (the voice singing “Hold it true, one of you holds the key to our plea”), and Alice, the navigator (the falsetto vocals singing “We mustn’t stay too long” are her). The actual telling of the story was as important to me as the production of each track, since I do intend on writing a proper summary of the entire story after the album comes out. Trust though that it does follow the story closely and will make sense once the album is out.

    The cover is based on those old field notebooks farmers used to keep back in the 50s and 60s, it’s supposed to look like a map on a cheap notebook that someone in this world may have. The island circled in red (as well as the word circled in red below) is Southfordia, the location this song takes place at. It’s a bustling and lively port city, which I tried to communicate with the lyrics as well as the slightly chaotic nature of the first half.

    Thanks for asking!

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