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Posts Tagged ‘Debut Album’


LIVE: The Lovers Key at Norton Museum of Art – 01/15/15

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Sun Sentinel – There are several reasons to consider the Norton Museum’s Jan. 15 installment of Art After Dark…all that cool, smart, hipness needs a soundtrack, and you won’t find a better match than the stylish retro-soul duo the Lovers Key (7:45 p.m.), whose “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow” topped our list of best albums of 2014. The evening could not get any more fashionable.

The Lovers Key: NEWS

NEWS: Sun Sentinel – Best Local Album of 2014!

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Sun Sentinel – This is the best album of the year, created by Christopher Moll and Maco Monthervil. “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow” is a beautifully calibrated mix of retro-soul swagger and stylish pop intelligence heard on the muscular “Who’s the One You Love” (performed in English and French), the Petula Clark-style anthem “Saturday Night,” the Roy Orbison-tinged “Cry My Eyes Out” and the Smokey Robinson romance of “Do You Still Think of Me.”…

The Lovers Key: REVIEW

REVIEW: 8/10 – The Lovers Key: Here Today Gone Tomorrow (Deluxe Edition)

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Pop Matters – Music for a “Saturday Night”
The Lovers Key is a band that evolved from inactivity with Christopher Moll’s group the Postmarks. Along with singer Maco Monthervil, the Lovers Key more than successful mine a bygone era. Image those old soul and R&B seven-inches that your parents might have had, and that’s it. Here’s the thing, though: The Lovers Key are just as good as those old records…


LIVE: Orlando Weekly: The Lovers Key at Will’s Pub

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Orlando Weekly – After a hiatus, Christopher Moll of the Postmarks finally returns, still romancing the ’60s. However, in attitude and intent, this new project is altogether different. The big factor is excellent young vocalist Maco Monthervil, whose singing mainlines the Lovers Key with soul, swing and punch. In harnessing his star, Moll’s music has gone from papering the walls with pleasing pastels to commanding the center of the room with dash…








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