Filed under: music | Tags: Joanna Newsom, Meursault, peach plum pear, the milk eyed mender
As it would appear i haven’t had an opinion on music since the summer i thought i’d start doing this more seasonally (as i think that affects what i listen to more than anything).
I’ve been listening quite a lot to Meursault who’re a bunch of folksy loveliness from Edinburgh. I like it because it’s a little bit abrasive, not in an obvious way, but there seems to be a bit of a sonic roughness mixed in with some lovely melody.
I also dug out my copy of the milk eyed mender by Joanna Newsom the other day because it reminds me of cold mornings and it getting dark before teatime.
and for once i posted before Cam!
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: her name is calla, michael rossiter, sam airey, sleepingdog, tapes, tapes volume 5, tiny vipers
Tapes 5 is finally ready, the podcast is available here http://www.jellycast.com/directory/index.php?page=jellycast&id=1985 and the zine will be online this evening.
the podcast features tracks from; sam airey, michael rossiter, sleepingdog, tiny vipers and her name is calla
thanks for bearing with us