Vinyl now at Aquarius Records
Abridged review of Shipwrecks & Russian Roulette
" A collection of minimal abstract torch songs, moody, melancholic and mesmerizing, not hard to imagine wandering through some strange city, the rain pouring down, looking for someplace to duck out of the downpour, only to find some mysterious dimly lit dive, and inside, a strange collection of shapes hunched over their drinks, lit only by the flicker of candlelight, while in the corner, sits an old piano, with a shadowy shape at the keyboard, the woman at the piano, providing a mysterious musical balm for the rainsoaked dispossessed, each song a haunting threnody, an aching lament, that speaks to the collective misery, and sadness and hopelessness of the clientele, all drowning their sorrows, waiting for the end.
LIMITED TO 200 COPIES, while they last we have the opaque red / black swirl colored vinyl version. Packaged in a thick full color jacket, with an 8 page lyric booklet and a Khrysanthoney insert.”
Full review of Shipwrecks about 32 reviews down. Don’t sweat the scroll.
Anonymous asked: I hope you come to Australia one day. I hope you release something to fuel my soul one day. I hope one day I can give you a hug and you can wipe away my tears.
Surely your tears will have dried by the time we are financially sound enough to do all those things. But we’ll definitely give you a hug sweet Anon.
Anonymous asked: I bought 2 of your LP's right when they came out and pretty much listened to them daily. A few months ago I accidentally dropped my alarm clock on my Shipwrecks and Russian Roulette vinyl. I kind of had a heart attack. There's a scratch all through Slowclub and the beginning of Not the end. I still listen to the record pretty much daily. Even with the annoying cracking sound of the scratch rhythmically coming through every few seconds. Sometimes I dance to the rhythm. I love your music too much.
You are gorgeous Anon. Thank you.
I put a spell on you with my sweet beat
Anonymous asked: give us one new song, please, we're starving.
Okay, but be prepared for a dance track.
Anonymous asked: Why are you here?