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Old 11-19-2013, 06:50 PM   #10011 (permalink)
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Old 11-19-2013, 08:11 PM   #10012 (permalink)
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I don't think i've ever heard this album. I am really diggin' it though.
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Old 11-20-2013, 02:39 PM   #10013 (permalink)
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My fave Lana song.
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A lot of the more mellow post-punk and indie acts out there bore the snot out of me. I've never been able to listen to more then a few Joy Division songs before getting the uncontrollable urge to listen to something else. I was listening to Carissas' Weird yesterday, and same thing. Not awful and I can hear why some people might love them, but *yawn*. But this band seems so alien with their vocals that I can't help but be fascinated. Joy Division's singing just sounds so goofy and eighties to me that I have a hard time taking them seriously, but this woman's singing is just so oddball that it somehow feels timeless. I'm definitely gonna have to listen to more of them.


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I'm late finding out about these guys. I guess they broke up?
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The Bright: Your Private Garden (album: Soundtrack for a Winter´s Tale, 2011).

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A lot of the more mellow post-punk and indie acts out there bore the snot out of me. I've never been able to listen to more then a few Joy Division songs before getting the uncontrollable urge to listen to something else. I was listening to Carissas' Weird yesterday, and same thing. Not awful and I can hear why some people might love them, but *yawn*. But this band seems so alien with their vocals that I can't help but be fascinated. Joy Division's singing just sounds so goofy and eighties to me that I have a hard time taking them seriously, but this woman's singing is just so oddball that it somehow feels timeless. I'm definitely gonna have to listen to more of them.


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Another one of her notable contributions to This Mortal Coil's debut album. It was a collection of artists from the 4AD label that had a number of albums. It'll End in Tears is a strong album, and it even had a small release in the US back in the day when their albums were usually found in the imports.

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Joshua White is the pianist of this group, and he's based in San Diego. I've seen him play a few times at my college, a jazz club, and a restaurant, and he usually puts on a good performance.
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