the economic benefits of individual contraction
So far there haven’t been too many elongated track titles on this collaborative jaunt, so the time is right; the time is now.
Delay Trees are a ‘dream-pop’ foursome from Helsinki, Finland. They have all the delicate nature and sing-songy delight of the rather good Iain Archer, and they provide the ambient background to the latest track. There’s an interesting mix of Gameboys, mandolin and other effects to be found. Drums come courtesy of Keith Grantham, who’s already been introduced.
You can find more of Delay Trees at their Soundcloud.
the economic benefits of individual contraction by unexpectedbowtie
Recording has finally begun.
Managing to reclaim some time from the other demands of life, a new track has come together.
‘future on the road’ can be found in the usual place.
For many years I’ve listened in to SongFight! where people write and record a song to a pre-given title within the space of one week.
It caused much anguish since a) I had no recording gear to speak of b) Writing a song in that space of time that I didn’t hate would have been like parting the red sea.
So with much pomp and ceremony, this week I submitted my first ever songfight song – ‘Crashing Cars, Awarding Stars’, and would like to call upon you fine people to go and vote for it.
I don’t win the chance to go on a world tour, or to ‘shadow an NME photographer for a night’; there’s no sexy women in g-strings waiting, and definitely no champagne. All there is is the sweet sweet taste of success.
So, instead of clicking refresh on Facebook, why not head over and vote for unexpected bowtie?
It’s Saturday, so here’s a new song.
‘i look forward to your unscheduled appearance’ will now make the Listen page above its home.
Go download and rack up some sexy Last FM stats.