The Falcon

Dyno

The Falcon
Performed By Dyno
Album UPC 888295274982
CD Baby Track ID TR0001607283
Label Dyno
Released 2015-06-27
BPM 117
Rated 0
ISRC QMAAK1595587
Year 2015
Spotify Plays 59
Writers
Writer Samuel William Fletcher
Pub Co Samuel William Fletcher
Writer Jesse David Rosenthal
Pub Co Jesse David Rosenthal
Writer Julia Tanum Arria
Pub Co Julia Tanum Arria
Composer Jesse David Rosenthal, Julia Tanum Arria, Samuel William Fletcher
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master
Rights Easy Clear: Master
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - California

Description

Debut album from the hard-rocking Oakland, CA based trio. Frontman Jesse Rosenthal sings the catchy hooks and lead guitar while Sam Fletcher (bass) and Julia Arria (drums) drive the headbanging rhythm.

Notes

Bad jokes, cheap whiskey, and screaming guitar solos are the main ingredients for this hard-rocking Oakland trio, Dyno. Frontman Jesse Rosenthal sings the catchy hooks and lead guitar while Sam Fletcher (bass) and Julia Arria (drums) drive the headbanging rhythm. With lyrics focusing on love and the wonder of nature written over bluesy rock and roll this band may conjure up images of Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath but make no mistake: this is all original music.

After our packed show at Leo’s Music Club in Oakland, we were so inspired by the reactions from the crowd that we decided it was time to record. Check out this article write up in the Daily Californian about that show:

“The bluesy-rock trio Dyno was effortlessly assured, their carnal strut evidently resonating with the enraptured crowd. Equal parts the Black Keys and Black Sabbath, their sultry, whiskey-imbibed set was perhaps the evening’s most efficiently executed. While portions of their set consisted of chugging, blown-out thrashers, Dyno fared best when they portrayed the softly primal seducer, like pillow-talk paean “Here’s to Letting Go,” in which frontman Jesse Rosenthal implored the members of the crowd to “grab someone you love” — dually endearing and alluring in its seedy charms.” The Daily Californian

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