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"Estelline - Lubbock Album Release"

The band's songs are quite strong for a first album, or for any album really. What I like most about them is that, while they don't take a wildly unconventional approach to their brand of rock music, the distinctive voice of frontman Kenny Paul Harris brings them an instant appeal. Songs like "I'm a Monster" highlight the strength of Harris's voice, as well as the band's deft use of dynamics. It's loud and soft just as rock music should be. Most importantly, Estelline harnesses elements of West Texas in such a way that exhibits their unique musical perspective, and hopefully foreshadows a good deal more great music to come. - POSTED BY WINDFARM


"Estelline - Lubbock Album Release"

The band's songs are quite strong for a first album, or for any album really. What I like most about them is that, while they don't take a wildly unconventional approach to their brand of rock music, the distinctive voice of frontman Kenny Paul Harris brings them an instant appeal. Songs like "I'm a Monster" highlight the strength of Harris's voice, as well as the band's deft use of dynamics. It's loud and soft just as rock music should be. Most importantly, Estelline harnesses elements of West Texas in such a way that exhibits their unique musical perspective, and hopefully foreshadows a good deal more great music to come. - POSTED BY WINDFARM


"NEWS: NEW ESTELLINE VIDEO"

A few months back, folk-rockers Estelline shot a music video of sorts at Amusement Park Studios, which have been deemed the “Wiretap Sessions.” They’re something we hope continuously get recorded and made. - New Slang / Lubbock Avalanche - Thomas D. Mooney


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Still working on that hot first release.

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When you glance at West Texan artists that have made a significant impression on music, the likes of Buddy Holly and Waylon Jennings are almost synonymous. Therefore, when you find an artist that is relevant and capable of joining that élite company, you can’t help but take notice.

Consider this as your formal introduction to ESTELLINE.

Initially a lone endeavor by their charismatic lead singer Kenny Paul Harris, it has since evolved into a quartet and resulted in ESTELLINE, a self-titled debut full-length that is distinctive and captivating.

For Harris, this album is more than just a collection of songs – they are a form of self-preservation and existence. “I write my songs with the intent of letting people into my mind, my creativity, and my craft”, says Harris with his uncanny Southern drawl.

Harris’s approach resonates throughout the record. From the cinematic “Hopefully, Maybe” to the delicate nature of “I’m Not Leaving”, ESTELLINE’S sense of charm and nostalgia is evident in spite of their relative young age.

Even more apparent is their potential of becoming one of Texas’s finest – ESTELLINE is rewriting the soundscapes of West Texas.

ESTELLINE is scheduled for a summer release and a regional tour to support the release will be announced shortly.