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This ris testimony to a band still firmly intent on transcending the everyday with heartfelt emotion to spare. Here It Is reissue LP. American Head gatefold 2xLP. Review: It's hard not to see this offering from hallucinogenic and highly visual psych-rockers The Flaming Lips as a "here's what you could have won" release.
And that's "here's what you could have won had you been able to attend this performance of one of our most treasured albums in one of the world's most aesthetically astounding venues". Throw in live orchestra, the Colorado Symphony, and you've got yourself a truly life-affirming evening. Even on record, there's a tangible difference between the sonics here and the original, still it's an incredibly beautiful and grand album.
Perhaps most pronounced during the heart-rendering string sweep of opener "Race For The Prize" expect shiverstracks such as "A Spoonful Weighs A Ton" and, of course, "Waitin' For A Superman" feel as though they have finally found their home. Played by: Juno Records Staff Picks. Silver Flames reissue limited gatefold red vinyl LP. Silver Flames gatefold LP. Levitation reissue limited splattered vinyl LP. Moshi Moshi. Antarctica LP.
Antarctica cassette. Fleur CD. Cogito Ergo Fog LP. Howlin Banana France. Easy Action. Ephemeros Virvar CD. Self Release. First Flight LP. Algorithm Free UK. Album) Lore Canada. Moon Blood picture disc LP in die-cut sleeve. Klimt France. Page: 15 1 2 That would also be great to find out. From comments in the Youtube link we know that Colum McKeever is a teacher. The band also used to have a Myspace back in the day.
According to Irishrock. Vitus Dance, when I interviewed him he recommended me the band! How funny. I should have explored all his recommendations then. The only other detail about the band is that they played The Savoy Theatre in Limerick on May 30th, Very little information on the web. Listen Kitsch is Rich — Million Miles. It is great as usual and I wonder of course if it will be released in a record in the near future. I hope so! The B-Team : My Girl Josephine - Flamin Groovies* - Flamingo (CD classic London mod band that were interviewed on the blog not too long ago have just published on Bandcamp a new live EP!
The Permits : we hop now to Melbourne, Australia, one of the hotspots of guitar pop these days. There is no other information available, but the song is nice!
It looks like their first ever song too? I was looking at my Liechtenstein collection the other day and noticed I was missing a cassette they had put out in Japan. That was something that bothers me.
I was thinking a singles and B-sides compilation would be nice. Maybe I should ask them? Maybe I could do it? Then my mind went the other way. The band that shared that split tape was called Twinkle Twinkles. I actually own a CD by them. But I honestly know nothing about them! So, I went back to the tape page on Discogs. This split tape was released by my friend Sumire who ran the lovely shop Violet and Claire. At some point the store started releasing records and called their label the same way, Violet and Claire.
The store and label was based in Tokyo and for a few years it was a beacon of indiepop in Japan. Thanks to them I was introduced to a lot of great music. One day I should try and ask Sumire to do an interview for the blog.
Would be great to hear from her, her take on indiepop during the s. The year after,the band released a CD on their own. This is the CD I have. Sadly there is no other information on Album) simple cardboard sleeve it came on. I just found a copy of it on Discogs and I am happy about it. I find in Youtube that the band made a trailer for the album! It includes some photos of the band and I recognize one of them…. Thanks to this video I end up on a Bandcamp page where you can stream all 6 songs.
There is also some information about the band! They released their first self-titled album in They also released a split cassette tape with Liechtenstein from Sweden. Ok, now we know the name of one of the band members, My Girl Josephine - Flamin Groovies* - Flamingo (CD. It is not much. Was it ever released? So it was released for record store day on May 10 of It came out on the same label, records with catalog number TSSO I want a copy of this! How can I find a copy?
The two songs can be streamed here on Bandcamp. I see that at this point the band was just 2 girls! This same user has uploaded more live videos. Other users have uploaded more videos. I think this is their full gig that day on November 12, Then I find the band playing many songs in Fukuoka. Then I finally find that the band was formed by Nana on guitar and vocals, Natsuki on drums and Emily on guitar and vocals.
Wow, now it all makes sense. I have written about The Harriets not too long ago! And loved them. And will be interviewing them soon! Now this is really great. I can ask her to do a Twinkle Twinkles interview afterwards! Who remembers this band that sounded so good, a twee mix of The Primitives, Lush, Talulah Gosh and more.
Anyone saw them when they played in UK? What about in Japan? I think they should have been much more known. So good! Listen Twinkle Twinkles — Summer. Day Back in New York City. The laws changed a few days before I was returning, where you could get a PCR test before traveling to NYC and then another when returning. Now I think it would have been a good idea as I would have been able to resume my life much sooner. No symptoms, not feeling bad at all. It is a bit stressful and not as enjoyable going to the airport and flying, but it is totally manageable.
For those in the US the band will have records to sell on their Bandcamp and they should start shipping pretty soon. The solo project of the Pale Lights frontman Phil Sutton is a treat. I am sure this will sell out pretty fast. Typical Girls : Happiest Place Records from Gothenburg will be releasing a record that seems to be a must!
At this time we can only preview the last one! The record is going to be released on December 11 on vinyl. Astragal : the Houston band has been a favourite for a long time and here they are releasing a tape with Donna Hayward on Miss Champagne Records. And they are really good! Skittle Album) : There is a new compilation by this superb French band! Cotton Range : this Chinese band is a favourite of mine.
Their latest release is a cassette that comes with a cat lovers comic. The release is coming out on Small Animal Records from Changsha and includes 3 songs. There are t-shirts for sale too. Very nice! Back to the great Soundcloud page for the WokingSoundscene to discover more jewels. This time around I have discovered the band Twister, a duo that worked at Workhouse Studios in Aldershot.
It included 12 songs in total. The songs were recorded at C. Recording Studio in Farnham. Here it mentions that she was later in a band called Kilter. There is not much information about Twister though. And wow, there are 8 songs by Twister here! Some I believe from the tape album and some other from demo tapes?
And then what do I find? A Twister Facebook page. Then I find that Neil has a website with his music. I honestly thought I was going to find way less about this band. So yeah, there you go, lots of music to listen! Now who remembers them? How many demo tapes they put out?
Did they play many gigs? What other bands have they been involved with?
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