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Label: Burning Building Recordings
Bio: Harmann and his band -- Forrest Haskell on bass, Shea Bliss on drums, and guitarist Kelly Dale -- are master craftsmen of working class art, constructing “iceberg rock” as sinewy and sensual as Blur (one of Harmann's favorite bands), strong as the late 90s Seattle rock scene (which brought Ha...See Full Bio
“I declare the "scene" has a new genre. Old Core. Old Core is when you are in your upper 20s and early 30s and done with the hardcore/post shows and purposely closed your eyes during the mid 2000 hell on earth Bamboozle shit show, waiting for it to blow over. Our reward as we arrive in 2010/2011 is a byproduct of the love of indie/british music as our tastes expand in addition to not forgetting the knowledge of the old days. You have been biding your time patiently and combined them into a new genre without even knowing. Old is new again and couldn't have sounded any more genuine. One such band that takes those two sides with effortless ease is Daniel G. Harmann & The Trouble Starts. Half way through the album we are greeted with our first great rise of emotion with "Knob Creek Neat". Daniel's voice knows when to take the lead and carry a song as with "Dee" and then sits back and lets the song takeover for the best ending to a song I have heard all year.”