Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue.
Formed in the late 70’s Belgium, this new-wave act delivered minimal-electro, showcased in the following track of their third LP, Nagasaki Mon Amour, produced by JJ Burnel and released in 1980.
I’ve been waiting anxiously for a new Sufjan Stevens, he’s definitely one of my all time obsessions, so I sorta jumped this EP and devoured it. I sensed a bit of a change in Sufjan’s vocals, it seems that his voice has matured to be more touching/sincere. The tracks I’ve picked are truly magical and their lyrics felt like straight arrows into my heart. You could get this EP at Bandcamp.
The following was a very pleasant surprise by UK’s Pheromoans. Great stuff! Watch out for these dudes, I certainly will.
Via Carl Clandestine
Emily Reo’s Witch Mtn, was the answer to my blues this week, heavy rotating it in the wee hours included falling to sleep/in love to/with her voice. Grab the Witch Mtn cassette at Breakfast of Champs Records . Get more info and check Emily’s different collaborations on Myspace.
MP3: Emily Reo- Witch Mtn