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Her Kind Of Man

by Tino Drima

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theneedlesslydefiant More like 'My Kind of Band.' Definitely asked some higher entity "where have these guys been all my life?!" the first time I heard this. Great stuff. Favorite track: Pretty Wonder.
Ben
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Ben Simply perfect album. Favorite track: Her Kind Of Man.
Evan Greenwald
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Evan Greenwald knocked out by these gorgeous arrangements! such a great full sound! Favorite track: Bummer.
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wilcow in the mood of the killers, the strokes, the shivers...refreshing and nostalgic of the 2000's Favorite track: Angels.
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Originally formed as a duo between frontman Gregory DiMartino and drummer Rob Mills in 2014, Tino Drima has since solidified into a six-piece — a patchwork of longtime friends that includes members of local mainstays French Cassettes and Spooky Mansion — to help bring their raucous, punk-inflected take on big band doo-wop to life. “It was all pretty close and in the family,” DiMartino says of the group’s gradual expansion.

On their debut LP Her Kind of Man, Tino Drima has upped the ante since last year’s Smoking EP, finding a more nuanced sound that doesn’t sacrifice any of their grit or fervent energy. Recorded in a cabin in the Sierra Mountains and later mixed by Dave Vandervelde (Tess & Dave, Father John Misty), Her Kind of Man seamlessly intertwines elaborate string arrangements with frontman Gregory DiMartino’s writhing howl.

“Brutal Earthquake,” for instance, begins with DiMartino playing the consummate crooner, before the band revs into high gear and he replaces his shit-eating grin with a bitter scowl. Later, “Drives Me Crazy” explores the surprising intersection of Frank Sinatra’s big band charm and Spoon’s slinky swagger. Constantly shifting between the grandeur of the ballroom and the grime of a back alley, doo-wop’s charm and punk’s bitter angst, Tino Drima make it clear that when it comes to heartbreak, things are never quite as they seem.

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released September 22, 2017

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