Baby Glimmer
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The best kept secret in music

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"LongIslandMusicScene.com"

Fan Base Zero<BR>If Rock and Roll met up at a bar late one night to talk about the ones that got away, Fan Base Zero would be playing on the juke. Baby Glimmer combines bright, airy power pop with heartfelt lyrical simplicity, while being both somber and sparkling at the same time. These songs have an endearing desperation without sounding whiny and pretentious. Lead vocalist Joe Silva croons almost perfect, matter-of-fact lyrics of lies and lust on tracks like "Kiss My Bitterness" and "Tequila Ballerina". Guitarist Joe Soffel and bassist Ken Harter create rich layers of sound while Mike Kardis peppers the beat with some jazzy cymbal work. It reminds me of The Afghan Whigs and early Catherine Wheel; maybe even a little Girls Against Boys at times. The hidden tracks are some of the coolest I've ever heard; extremely clever. It's something that I wish I had thought of... <BR><BR>In a nutshell, down to earth songwriting with a refreshing lack of self-importance makes these guys an excellent, unique band that should keep the rest of us honest. Fan Base Zero is an under-the-radar unpolished gem, and Baby Glimmer is definitely one to watch. <BR><BR>Highly Recommended.<BR><BR>Written by J.A.<BR><BR>To learn more about Baby Glimmer, and for details on how to purchase your copy of Fan Base Zero, be sure to visit www.babyglimmer.com<BR> - J.A.


Discography

Album - Fan Base Zero

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We feel that bios are for band that's need to catagorize themselves and prove that they are worth a damn to listen to.

Music is music. We don't claim to be reinventing the wheel. We're not looking to prove that we're better than anyone else or that our music can change the world. It's about the 3 or four minutes that you listen and do, or don't, enjoy.

It all boils down to, "love us or hate us, you'll remember us tomorrow."