Monday, March 26


When I wrote about CALLA back in August of 2005, I said the following:
"Calla is a New York City-by-way-of-Texas trio that specializes in dark, cinematic soundscapes. In truth, though, they gradually seem to be shifting toward more traditional songwriting - verse/chorus/verse, etc. But, thankfully, their dark edges remain evident and decadent, so I don't think there's much danger of these guys ever going full-on, shiny-happy 'pop.''"
With the February release of their latest album, STRENGTH IN NUMBERS, I'd say that I was right about that last point. If anything, the tracks here may be something of a return their deep, dark cinematic past. I'm not complaining...
CALLA on the Left Coast >>>

Mar 27 2007 8:00P/Spaceland/Los Angeles, California
Mar 28 2007 8:00P/Rickshaw Stop San Francisco, California
Mar 29 2007 8:00P/Pop Scene/San Francisco, California
Mar 31 2007 8:00P/Doug Fir Lounge/Portland, Oregon
Apr 1 2007 8:00P/Crocodile Café/Seattle, Washington
Apr 2 2007 8:00P/Media Club/Vancouver, British Columbia

From the LP STRENGTH IN NUMBERS, 2007 >>>
[MP3] "Rise"
[MP3] "Bronson"

From the LP COLLISIONS, 2005 >>>
[MP3] "It Dawned on Me"

From the LP SCAVENGERS, 2001 >>>
[MP3] "Fear of Fireflies"

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