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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

...And The Forest Began To Sing

Bottom/ The Lost & Found is an EP record by Rasputina, the first edition of which was self-released in 2001 and the second edition released in 2003 by Instinct Records. It consists of covers of songs by Creedence Clearwater Revival, Pink Floyd, Marilyn Manson, Pat Benatar, The Velvet Underground, and Led Zeppelin, as well as a rendition of Mother Goose's nursery rhyme "This Little Piggy." Rasputina is a cello-driven band based in New York that is renowned for their unconventional and quirky music style as well as their fascination with historical allegories and fashion, especially those pertaining to the Victorian era. The group is fronted by cellist/vocalist Melora Creager, who also writes all of the lyrics and creates art for the band's albums, singles, and website. Album releases include How We Quit the Forest (1998), Frustration Plantation (2004) and Oh Perilous World (2007). Sister Kinderhook, the seventh full length LP album from the cello-rock outfit, was released on June 15, 2010 on the Filthy Bonnet Co. label. Middle/ Peasants, Pigs & Astronauts (Columbia, 1999) is the second album by the British indie and psychedelic rock band Kula Shaker. Like its predecessor, K, the album continues the band's hybrid of 1960s-style psychedelic rock, groovy indie pop, and Indian instrumentation, albeit with a more progressive rock slant than on previous releases. Musically, many of the songs make use of Beatles-influenced psychedelic effects, swirling guitars, and Indian chants. Top/ The Secret Migration (V2 Records, 2005) is the much-anticipated sixth album by American indie rock group Mercury Rev. With their early records, Mercury Rev offered experimental, psychedelic rock, which gradually shifted to a melodic, ornate sound. Labeled anything from chamber pop to space rock, their music is often compared to the Flaming Lips' lush, multi-layered psychedelic arrangements.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Beautiful Chaos

Bottom/ The Return of the New York Dolls: Live from Royal Festival Hall 2004 (Attack) captures the reunion of the U.S. proto-punk/glam rock group at the 2004 Meltdown Festival in London, curated by Morrissey. Formed in New York City in 1971, the New York Dolls prefigured much of what was to come in the punk rock era and even later; the Dolls' visual style influenced the look of many new wave and glam metal groups, and their playing style set the tone for many later rock and roll bands such as Kiss, Hanoi Rocks, Blondie, The Clash, Ramones, Guns N' Roses, The Damned, Japan and The Smiths. They were also a large influence on the Sex Pistols. Top/ Self-titled debut album Psychedelic Furs (Columbia, 1980) by English post punk band The Psychedelic Furs was produced by Steve Lillywhite and includes "India" and "Sister Europe". The band recorded their next album, Forever Now, with producer Todd Rundgren in Woodstock, New York. The Psychedelic Furs is an English rock band founded in 1977. Led by singer Richard Butler and his brother Tim Butler on bass guitar, the Psychedelic Furs are one of the more successful acts spawned from the British punk rock scene. Their music went through several phases, from an initially austere art rock sound, later touching on new wave and hard rock. They scored several hits in their early career including "Love My Way" and "Heaven", but were launched to international attention in 1986 when movie director/writer John Hughes borrowed their song title "Pretty in Pink" for his movie of the same name. The Furs went on hiatus in 1991, and the Butler brothers formed a new band called Love Spit Love. The Psychedelic Furs later regrouped in 2001 and continue to perform around the world. Richard Butler has released a solo album called Richard Butler, and has hinted at a possible new Furs album. In 2011, the band launched a spring/summer tour of the U.S., performing the album Talk Talk Talk in its entirety.