Cosmic Charley

Lethbridge, AB, CA
Alternative / Dark Funk / Rock
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Hey Cosmic friends!!

We have finally finished our new EP and it's available now.Please ch
eck it out!


Our EP follows the journey from failed relationship, the inevitable follow up rage, to constant failure straight on the path to hell. Where falling in love with the wrong girl will bring sorrow and loneliness. But in the end there is a hope. In the end, there is a drive to keep rocking and not give up.

"Rocking out is not an easy task in a small country & folk infused city like Lethbridge. But when Cosmic Charley gets on stage they do just that. From sold out New Year’s Eve shows to festivals, they have proven time and again that they know how to get a party started. Dancing is inevitable. Costumes, lights, and guest musicians willing to get crazy are the norm." 




"Despite being located in British Columbia, Canada…it feels like it’s been forever since I reviewed some good ol’ Canadian rock – so I’ve gone and got myself hooked on this band from Lethbridge, Alberta called Cosmic Charley to help fill this literary void. After intense spins through this disc, I can only hope this review writes as easily as their new self-titled EP actually PLAYS; this is one intense ride packed into seven songs. To call it simply ‘rock’ would be a misstep on my part…there’s so much more here! I love the twists and turns on this EP and truly found nothing on it predictable whatsoever. The opening track sets the standard quickly; “Asexual” sounds like a traditional funk-rock start to it all – but just wait until you hear the attitude and the instrumentation. The breakdown at the end of this opener really highlights immediately, the undisputable fact that these guys can PLAY. So who ARE these guys anyway? Well…if you check into their soc"  Jer @ SBS, Sleeping Bag Studios

"Cosmic Charley almost stole the show with an incendiary set of funk flavoured fun rock. The trimmed down trio played an energetic set of original material, including much of it from their CD and added in a couple new songs as well. As usual the intricate bass lines were the highlight of the show. And the groove was unstoppable. I was surprised nobody was dancing. “Something In My Eye,” was one of my highlights as was a solid cover of Weezer’s “Sweater” song. They left the rambunctious crowd calling for more"  Richard Amery, L.A. Beat

"Cosmic Charley’s freewheeling ’70s influenced sound don‘t sound like anybody else."  Richard amery, LA Beat


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