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Nick Waterhouse‘s Time’s All Gone album on Innovative Leisure is one of my favorites of 2012 (you can read my review here), and he’s flooring people left and right with his brand of soul. Don’t call it retro, don’t call it classic, just call it good. Call it music. Call it good music. Waterhouse & The Taorts will be hitting the road in a month, and will be doing a number of shows with The Allah-Las. I’ll be honest though: when I saw the Allah-Las name, I read it as “Ala-Ala’s”, the Hawaiian pidgin English term for male genitals. I was thinking “whoa, someone called themselves The Ala-Ala’s? Right on.” That’s not the case here, they’re The Allah-Las.
But this is about Nick Waterhouse, and you can check out him & The Tarots at the following places
September 2… Los Angeles, CA (FYF Festival)
September 26… Denver, CO (Larimer Lounge)
September 28… St. Louis, MO (Plush)
September 29… Indianapolis, IN (The White Rabbit Cabaret)
September 30… Nashville, TN (The High Watt)
October 2… Washington, DC (Rock N Roll Hotel)
October 3… Philadelphia, PA (Johnny Brenda’s)
October 4… Allston, MA (Great Scott)
October 6… New York, NY (Bowery Ballroom)
October 8… Toronto, ON (The Great Hall)
October 10… Chicago, IL (Lincoln Hall)
October 11… Minneapolis, MN (Fine Line Music Cafe)
October 14… Seattle, WA (Neumos)
October 15… Bellingham, WA (The Wild Buffalo)
October 16… Vancouver, BC (Biltmore Cabaret)
October 17… Portland, OR (Star Theater)
October 20… San Francisco, CA (Bimbo’s)
Garage rock, surf rock, shag rock, soul, retro soul, a hint of Northern soul, or just sweet soul music: it is what Nick Waterhouse does in part to get his message across, and he does it quite well on Time’s All Gone (Innovative Leisure).
One might ask “does the world need yet another person trying to do the retro thing?” but I think a better question is, what is it about the old music that makes a lot of people fascinated by its sound, enough for them to want to revive it over and over? This is the end product of the influence of the source. This is not something that’s meant to have the high quality productions of a Motown release, this is something that is equal to a privately pressed record. It could have been done in a basement, a garage, or in a school gym, but what makes this work is its energy. It’s not something that is 100% soul, for I do hear elements of garage rock and surf rock, but if you know the history of all of these musics, the roots intertwined and became good bedfellows. These songs will make you dance, but it’s also worthy of rocking out to, and that’s a good thing. Time’s All Gone is swagger replicated for the 21st century, the kind of rock’n'roll that made a generation of older people panic and young kids pee in anticipation of how to upset their parents even further. Music that represents rock’n'roll pre-B.S.
Soul/jazz/rock/garage singer Nick Waterhouse sounds like he was swinging on his own ding-a-ling back in the 1960′s, and these are fresh out of the Capitol or Columbia Records echo chambers, it’s what some would call a “juicer”.
In truth, no one would have called it a juicer back then, but the echo chambers: all true references. This is from Waterhouse’s brand new album, Time’s All Gone, released today, and like the name of his label, this music is very much about Innovative Leisure. KANPAI!
Sometimes it takes a bit of retro-reflection to make people realize how great that “trashy” music really was. I say “trashy” because there are many who see and hear music as something worth tossing out, and as Nick Waterhouse shows us, it should not be next day’s trash.
Waterhouse has released an EP, a good enough dose of music for you to figure out if he’s good or not. I feel he is good, and if he does take on the long playing route, I see him pulling something interesting in 2012.
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