International Farmers

International Farmers

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World - Reggae/Carribean | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 150   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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With their Reggae-Rock debut, Closer than Close, Los Angeles based International Farmers hits the ground running.

The eclectic 13 track album takes the listener on a dynamic musical journey, incorporating positive vibes and inspirational choruses.
Sun-drenched tones in “Jealousy” and “Slow Down” keep the reggae-rock edge intact, and provide contrast with sweetly charming “Silly Bird”. Laid back grooves “Only Questions” and “Open Road” lend further depth to this collaboration of instrumental and melodic hooks.

This catchy recording represents the best that California has to offer towards a fresh direction of feel-good music.

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Sublime, Jamiroquai

Influences

Jamiroquai, Bob Marley, Fat Freddy's Drop, Sublime, The Police

Bio

With their Reggae-Rock debut, Closer than Close, Los Angeles based International Farmers hits the ground running.

Formed by childhood friends Danny Primavera (vocals, guitar) and Jeremy Odom (bass), transplants from Atlanta and the DC area, the two added Preston Nelson (drums) son of Juan Nelson, longtime bassist of Ben Harper, when relocating to LA in 2004. This band of basics was expanded upon and perfected by the addition of funky keyboardist, Jamie Bullock, soulful female vocals by Lara Beers and young saxophonist, Brian Landau.

Two years later, the band emerges with an upbeat sound of hip rhythms and unique melodies, built on traditional reggae roots and exploring the limits of harmony and lyrical substance.

The eclectic 13 track album takes the listener on a dynamic musical journey, incorporating positive vibes and inspirational choruses.
Sun-drenched tones in “Jealousy” and “Slow Down” keep the reggae-rock edge intact, and provide contrast with sweetly charming “Silly Bird”. Laid back grooves “Only Questions” and “Open Road” lend further depth to this collaboration of instrumental and melodic hooks.

This catchy recording represents the best that California has to offer towards a fresh direction of feel-good music.