O.D. Davey's new LP "Some Waking Woman" celebrates its release TODAY - both on vinyl and digital. After "Catgut Tape" (April 2015) it's his second release via Tomlab. Joey Connolly describes the ten new songs as "touching, intricate ballads with melodies of nursery-rhyme sweetness". But better find out yourself and enjoy :)
Hearts Hearts are currently in the making of their new album which will be released via Tomlab in 2018. They are playing one last show in Vienna as a thank you for the past two years and as a preview for their forthcoming album...
10 years ago we celebrated the release of the compilation "Worried Noodles" inspired by the works of Glasgow artist David Shrigley and the same titled book. The CD-box contains 39 artists, which contributed their music to the lyrics of David Shrigley's book, that he released two years before.
O.D. Davey presents the first of ten videos of his upcoming second LP Some Waking Woman, which will be released October 27th 2017. The video for the same titled opening track is made by Graw Böckler of a single Super-8 reel.
Alongside the album release we will publish a new video every week. All videos are unedited Super-8 reels (with a maximum playing time of 2:20 min) being chosen by Graw and O.D. Davey together. Although each reel and each song has a story of its own, they play together like a memory of one another.
By popular demand from co-organizer HEIMER we want to announce Rude Festival ; )
The Festival will take place on May 6, 2017 from late afternoon until the early hours of the next day. There will be workshops and installations alongside awsome food and drinks, before we start into a long night of dancing, talking, thinking & listening. Sleep ahead and bring your most elastic shoes!
"AAA" deals with that basic feature of the human condition. We fake it till we make it, and thereby go (at least sometimes) astray in the plethora of metamorphosesin that societal masquerade. By assuming different roles we ourselves are fulfilling the requirements of the economy, demanding excessive flexibility and changeability. As a result we all feel like faceless puppets sometimes...
Watch the video for “Optical Illusion of the Heart” here.
The track is taken from All We Will Become, the highly anticipated second album from Misha—the project of multi-instrumentalist and songwriter J Chao with Australian vocalist Ronit Granot and Amy Vachal.