top of page

Chaplin Supro & The Mirrorball Spin - Sounds of The Chaplins

In a world where indie artists strive for attention through meticulously curated social media personas and glossy photoshoots, Chaplin Supro & The Mirrorball Spin took a step back in time to do things a little differently. With their latest offering, "Sounds of The Chaplins," they've managed to craft an album that captures the essence of a musical journey with a backstory as intriguing as the music itself.

Picture this: the album was recorded, distributed to stores, and all that jazz even before the band had time to create their Instagram profiles and post those ever-important, aesthetically pleasing selfies. It's almost like stepping into a time machine and experiencing music the way it used to be created, with pure artistic intent at the forefront.

This album of 13 songs is a delightful testament to the power of pure creativity. The perfect guitars blend with a rocking rhythm in the first track, "Wanderer," creating the perfect dirty rock. To set the mood for some real drive, the track "Held Up With Safety Pins" turns to bright and vivid chords, with guitars tearing through space, showcasing the group's mastery. Then, in the track "She Doesn't Know I'm Alive," the subdued atmosphere, the resonant sound of the instruments, and the vocals sinking into the echo of the hall create the sensation of a live performance. It's very cool rock with elements of rock and roll. Riding the rock wave, it's as if we're caught in a storm with the track "Black Nights, Amber Lights." This is an experiment, dark and intense, with a fast rhythm that will dizzy any fan of quality rock music. But even after the darkest night, dawn breaks, and in the track "It's All Been Done Before," gentle guitars sound, and the impeccable arrangement makes this instrumental track feel like a new beginning, one that's impossible not to sway to. Our journey through the sounds of rock concludes with the track "One Last Step To Midnight." It's a track that leaves ellipses and melancholy, with synthesizer waves adding sparks and hope that we'll hear new releases from the group.

Chaplin Supro & The Mirrorball Spin is the project that values substance over style, and it's refreshing to see them make such an emphatic statement. They don't come equipped with an elaborate marketing campaign or meticulously polished cover art – no, their music is their calling card, and it's more than enough to make a lasting impression.

"Sounds of The Chaplins" is a nostalgic journey that takes you back to the roots of 'The Chaplins,' a sound originally conceived by the brilliant songwriter Adam Featherstone. The album feels like a revival of sorts, breathing new life into a sound that's been waiting to resurface. The album carries you through a whirlwind of emotions, from the melancholic to the euphoric, with a generous dose of whimsy thrown in for good measure. This is a record that revels in its imperfections, championing a raw, unfiltered sound that transports you to a classic era of music-making.

Chaplin Supro & The Mirrorball Spin's 'Sounds of The Chaplins' is a dynamic fusion of diverse musical genres and inspirations, all united by an unwavering dedication to the art of music creation. If you're yearning for something new yet steeped in nostalgia, this album is an inviting portal to a bygone era where music was all about the music, and everything else was secondary.

So, leave the glitz and glamour behind, and embark on a time-traveling musical adventure with Chaplin Supro & The Mirrorball Spin – because sometimes, the best way to move forward is to take a step back. "Sounds of The Chaplins" is an absolute treat for your auditory senses, and it's as fresh as it is timeless.


bottom of page