I thought I'd share some new vinyl releases Some of these tracks may have a swear word in them, so be warned.:
Arctic Monkeys- 'AM'.
What a fun and rocking album this one is!
Arctic Monkeys- 'R U Mine?'
Chvrches- 'The bones of what you believe':
I love this album, so much so that when it is over, I smile and find myself asking myself, 'Hmm that was good, should I play it again?'. They are from Glasglow and make brilliant mature synth pop.. oh, and you need to hear them!
Chvrches-'The mother we share'
Melody's Echo Chamber- 'Melody's Echo Chamber':
This Lp was produced by Kevin Parker from Tame Impala... and you can tell, in a good way.
I do especially love the track 'Quand Vas Tu Rentrer' and am reminded if it being on my i-pod as i traveled by buss across the Netherlands! I seem to think I may have posted this previously, but it is well worth another post anyway!
Melody's Echo Chamber-'Quand Vas Tu Rentrer'
Goldfrapp- 'Tales of us'. I know this due are know for their uptempo numbers, but this Lp is more low-key loveliness similar to their LP 'Seventh tree'.
I am posting a live version of the track. If you don't know already, then prepare to hear a beautiful and amazing voice!
Goldfrapp- 'Annabel (live on Jools holland)':
The Smith St Band- 'no one gets lost anymore'.
A local band that is noisy and catchy and I wish them well! There are often great lines in their tracks, like these ones from 'The best friend I ever had' - 'I was dying for a cigarette like I didn't know they would kill me..'.. & '...and your mum's boyfriend called me trash, but that's ok cause you
don't call him dad, you just call him when you want some cash, or to make somebody feel bad...' .
The Smith St Band-'The best friend I ever had':
I do also love this 'sold out' cheeky T-Shirt of theirs-'Mock meat isn't murder':
Lubomyr Melnyk - 'Corollaries'.
I was listening to 'the quiet space' on radio national late on night and heard a piece from Lubomyr Melnyk's new LP 'Corollaries' and thought, I have to buy this, it is beautiful. I had never heard of him before.
Taken straight from Wikipedia 'Lubomyr Melnyk (born December 22, 1948) is a composer and pianist
who pioneered "continuous music" which requires a totally new technique
of piano playing, based on extremely rapid notes and note-series that
create a "tapestry of sound" usually with the sustain pedal held down to
generate overtones and sympathetic resonances. These overtones blend or
clash according to the harmonic changes. The technique of mastering his
complex note patterns and speeds makes his music difficult for the
normal pianist. Melnyk's personal sense of harmony and melodic flow
often create a sombre, stately effect. He writes mostly for the piano
although several chamber and orchestral works exist.'
Lubomyr Melnyk- 'A warmer place'