Into It. Over It. - Proper FLAC album
In it's entirety, I present to you PROPER, the album by Into It. Over It. This album became an inspiration for me and my playing, not only because of Evan Weiss' unbelievable writing ability, but also because of Nick Wakim's incredibly intricate drum parts.
Into It. is the indie rock solo project of the Chicago, Illinois-based musician Evan Thomas Weiss. It is considered one of the leading acts in the emo revival scene of the 2010s. Evan Weiss grew up in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. His first exposure to the genre of emo was hearing the band Sunny Day Real Estate in the seventh grade while browsing a record shop.
Over It. Produced by Ed Rose & Evan Thomas Weiss. Embracing Facts Lyrics. Embracing Facts (Ver . ) by Into It. Proper Into It.
By Patrick Haynes · On August 23, 2011. There have been many heavyweight contenders for album of the year this year. Plenty of albums were expected to be great and delivered well. But despite all the Moving Mountains, Manchester Orchestras, and The Wonder Years of the world, there have been a surprisingly small amount of underdog albums that have come out of nowhere. While the pace of these songs is slower, the middle of the album doesn’t fall into the dreaded drag that many albums experience during the heart of the record. Weiss’ voice here, while not the most amazing on the record, captures you nonetheless. The chorus is one of the better ones found on the album, with Weiss belting it out. Real Name: Evan Thomas Weiss. 52 Weeks (Album).
Listen to music from Into It. like Midnight: Carroll Street, The Shaking of Leaves & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Into It. Over I. .
On Into It. Over It's new Intersections, prolific emo rocker Evan Weiss creates a more open, welcoming world with the assistance of Brian Deck’s production. The songs here anticipate relationships headed towards a bitter frost rather than springing into torrid passion. On Into It. Featured Tracks: Play Track. Spinning Thread" - Into It. Via SoundCloud. On the very first line of Intersections, Evan Weiss informs us he’s traded tobacco for new north side air, like he’s a familiar friend who can dispense with formalities, just checking in to shoot the shit.
whole album is wonderful. kinda wish evan released more music like this but intersections ruled so can't complain. but when is this new IIOI comin out? i mean i know they went in to record it months ago but dunno if they finished it during those sessions + hopefully the delay is not cuz of that mental health thing and hope that whichever member of the band that that concerns is okay. Digging: Coff - Tiny Music. new Into It. album on the way (: dimsim3478 January 8th 2016.
It’s an album that was written in a cabin in Vermont and recorded in San Francisco, on opposite ends of the country, and yet it’s also somehow a record so thoroughly Chicago that - in the way most great Chicago records do - it exposes a breach in genre classification. From the onset, Standards delivers a newfound openness that yields the kind of hybridity most associated with Weiss’s adopted city.