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White Lighter

by White Lighter

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©ough©ool Mark, almost anything that Solomon has been involved with has been excellent, this is no exception Favorite track: Hard Love.
Lute FP
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Lute FP I can't figure out what I'm listening to. I hear a little Tool with the melodic, driving rhythms; a little mid-era Pentagram because that's what popped into my mind, and even some 80s Peter Gabriel at times. The production is excellent, the whole offering comes across as having a 'sound' both familiar and unique at the same time. Maybe I'll update this review as I process the music further, but for now it's one of those albums that gets me spinning it compulsively.
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Josh Simons This whole album is a solid listen on repeat for days. The groove White Lighter lays down on Heavy will bury itself in your mind and have you jamming long after the headphones come off. This is the perfect addition to any rock-and-roller's vinyl collection. Favorite track: Heavy.
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Swan 03:54
Son Of Dawn 03:00
City Sailor 04:00
That's Right 03:28
Heavy 04:03
Omens 04:12 video
Hard Love 03:57
Make Fire 03:12
Spearhead 02:46



With riffs that easily translate between the languages of classic, modern, and alternative rock, White Lighter features a team of people that have collaborated before, but not quite in this way.

Steve Dail's bass and guitar compositions are both brute and melodic, with rhythm and song combining effortlessly, while Mark Salomon has once again crafted a lyrical and vocal character that strikes where it matters. Andy Prickett guitar lines are present throughout, swinging things wider than can be predicted, and beats provided by David Brotherton and Trey Many feel pocketed and heavy with bodily force.

Production overseen by Jason Martin, a mix by J.R. McNeely, and mastering by T.W. Walsh make this a listen that is as much of an experience as the words and music are themselves. Vinyl purchasers will be treated to a visual experience as well, provided by Ryan Clark.


released November 25, 2014


Produced by J. Martin and White Ligher
Mixed by J.R. McNeely
Mastered by T.W. Walsh

Artwork by R. Clark


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