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Album Review: The Shifting Sands - Feel

Album Review: The Shifting Sands - Feel

Wednesday 27th June, 2012 11:15AM

The Shifting Sands could hardly be a more appropriate name for a band with such a history. They started life as an outlet for Michael McLeod, formerly of The Alpha State. Over the years and through a series of mutations the band has grown into something much larger and wilder. What was initially intending to be a solo album has spread its tendrils throughout the Dunedin music scene, ensnaring many collaborators and creative minds. With the likes of David Kilgour (The Clean), Robert Scott (The Clean, The Bats), Robbie Yeats (The Verlaines, The Dead C), Rob Falconer (Operation Rolling Thunder), and many more besides on board, Feel is an album that takes the famous legacy of Dunedin music and channels it lovingly into the future.

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