Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Who cares if there's a party somewhere. Fave Tunes Sept/Oct 2008

Valli Hi! – Stereolab Sugary sunshine clockwork pop

Come Saturday - The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart Joyful fuzzpop that makes you realise you still know all the words to ‘The New Record By My Bloody Valentine’

Nicknames – Pelle Carlberg Gleefully danceable Swedey pop

Lost At Ty Canol – Wyrdstone Perfect pastoral psych-folk with hints of Camberwick Green. Meltingly lovely. www.myspace.com/wyrdstonemusic

Landscape Through Trees – Parking Non-Stop Epic, radiant and using a rhythm track formed from a recording of a nautical winch beneath Britannia Bridge – true fact! www.myspace.com/parkingnonstop

Mina Damer Och Fasaner - Dungen Hazey sunspots and camera flare on long blond hair

Senses On Fire – Mercury Rev Heard this on t’radio and was thrilled. So bought the album and it ain’t all that. C’est la ruddy vie, eh?

You’re Too Much - The Eyes Whenever I click on Tapestry Club’s Myspace page this comes on and makes me happy, all freakbeat garage mod crunchiness

Flowers Of Ours – The Asteroid No.4 Swirling sepia-tinted dream-pop psych

Popcorn – Hot Butter Very ridiculous Radiophonic Workshop inspired hit of yesteryear that reminds me of being v. small

Pop Molecule – Stereolab Head-banging Kosmiche. Good title too

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