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This features strings tickled by Claire, and Mike Siddel of Hope of the States, Troubles and Lightspeed Champion fame.
had never heard of them before but shalt be keeping my ears peeled for more
for a copy of their ealier eps great stuff...
also on the latest earwax show!
The latest outing from acclaimed new music show Earwax is now on line featuring an exclusive acoustic session with Mark Morriss of The Bluetones recorded earlier this month at New Cross Inn.
Also features new electro pop tips, Chew Lips, who play the Rocklands Mini Fest on Saturday
You can download the show from two places :
or for you audiophiles you can hear a superior audio version here:
Rosie Oddie & The Odd Squad - Cola Coka
Mark Morriss - I'm Sick (Earwax Session Version)
Luxembourg - Broadstairs
My First Radio - Progress
Chew Lips - Salt Air
Mark Morriss - Lay Low (Earwax Session Version)
Nebraska - A Burial
Download a compilation of Earwax Session favourites for the past twelve months from Last.FM
great show that , I'll miss the lux too
Das ist gut...
bump up the jamm
Everyday I download loads of new mp3s and it is hard to keep everything on track. “My Secret Plan” was hiding in my collection for a little while but now I can not seem to stop giving it a spin. The starts off a little slow and you think you might be greeted with some sort of shoegazing track and then slowly the song starts to add bits. The vocals are reminiscent of some of post punks finest combined with the shoegazy base you get a really compelling tune that will simply suck you in for three minutes. “My Secret Plan” is actually the bside of their recent single “Progress” and if the bsides are this good. This band is going to be scary.
Carrying on the tradition of good indie rock bands that start with 'My First', My First Radio are releasing a single, Progress via the God is in the TV singles club. They're getting a fair bit of press. They're from Kettering and Corby. Is that where the trouser press comes from? Does it matter? When you think about it for long enough, does anything really matter? Regardless of these questions, it's quite a good single, and the A side is strong. It reminds me a bit of Remote Part era Idlewild, and it's rich, layered indie piano ballad with a Six by Seven wailing guitar kick halfway through. The B-side channels Bloc Party/Redjetson. Drowned in Sound should love it.
And it's free.
and here's the bside: