Monthly Archives: May 2011
Leg Guitar will be jetting off to Primavera Sound 2011 in Barcelona tomorrow, volcanic ash cloud permitting. I’ll be posting a daily photo blog – bands, weird shit, etc – as of Wednesday/Thursday and hopefully a full write-up by the end … Continue reading
This week with music from Memory Tapes, Hoop Dreams and Serengeti… Read more
Channelling Orange Juice and The Cure, with a hint of 60s psych, XCPR is the debut 7” from Virginia’s Hoop Dreams. According to The Stool Pigeon, it’s due for release sometime in June via Brooklyn label Captured Tracks, home to Wild … Continue reading
This gorgeous, quirky little pop nugget is taken from Memory Tapes’ new album Player Piano, out July 5th via Something In Construction. Dayve Hawk, a.k.a. Memory Tapes, embarks on a short European tour in July. Artwork is by Kazuki Takamatsu. Memory Tapes – … Continue reading
A gloriously melodramatic track from Nat Baldwin’s new album People Changes, released May 24th on Western Vinyl. Borne out of isolation – the Dirty Projectors bassist wrote most of the record in his New England cabin, surrounded by dense forest – Weights unfolds with a creeping sense of … Continue reading
Let Leg Guitar and Tuckshop sooth your troubled soul, with music from Nat Baldwin, Sin Fang and Bastardgeist… Read more
My interview with David from The Wave Pictures, from the May edition of Snipe, is now online. Read it here.