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"Records of the Year (2007) Sunday Times" - Sunday Times UK

"Goldspot feature in Sunday Times UK" - Sunday Times UK

""Tally of the Yes Men" in Comfort Comes" - Comfort Comes

"Best Albums 1980-2006" - Leanord's Lair

"Q Magazine Review" - Q

"Indie London Review" - Indie London

"Best Albums of 2007 (Indie London)" - Indie London


Tally of the Yes Men - 2007 (Mercury UK-Universal)
-----------"Friday" - 2007 (UK Charts #22)
-----------"Friday (Hindi version)" - 2007
-----------(BBC Asia Charts #4)
The OC Mix Vol. 6 (Warner Bros.)
----------"Float On"
Run Fatboy Run Sountrack (2007) (Universal)
----------"Keep on Running"



Few have captured artistic honesty, musical purity, and sheer songcraft as LA's Goldspot do on their full-length debut "Tally Of The Yes Men" - an inspired melding of decades of rock and pop influences with the melodic sensibilities of old Indian film music. "Tally" was recognized by the Sunday Times (UK) as one of the best albums of 2007, with Goldspot being named as the No. 4 new act of the year.

The band was first discovered by renowned tastemaker DJ Nic Harcourt on his morning show, KCRW's "Morning Become Eclectic".

Imagine Paul Simon heading to Mumbai to record his next record and listening to a mix of the Cure and R.E.M. on the flight and you're getting close.

The band are currently finishing up their highly anticipated second album. A demo off the new album, "Clap Clap", is now available for streaming.