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S/T EP, by Primitive Lips

S/T EP by Primitive Lips, released 02 August 2015 1. Into Nothing 2. With You Shane Furst – Bass / Vocals Matt Morgantini – Guitar Cosmo Marri – Drums / Vocals

 

Primitive Lips

Band Members:

  • Shane Furst – Bass / Vocals
  •  Matt Morgantini – Guitar
  • Cosmo Marri – Drums / Vocals
  • Elise Miguel – Keyboard.

Primitive Lips, an alternative independent post-punk New Jersey band. Photo: Austin Resnick

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Bandcamp: primitivelips.bandcamp.com

Facebook, Instagram: primitivelips

 

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Primitive Lips Review By Heather Murphy:

Listening to Primitive Lips, had me wanting to grab a cup of coffee, smooth and brooding, the way a good cup of coffee is refreshing, not the second cup of coffee after a late night at work. It’s the coffee you get in preparation of the second cup, inevitable. When you take the time to listen to them they sound as though they had been around for awhile.  They have a kind of versatility that makes them different from other bands I’ve listened to this year. In terms of producing more music I think they could go a long way, and there is potential for them to grow as a band. I enjoy the tracks they have out and hope there is more to come from this band.

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