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La Batterie

He Ate A Lamp Now He's A Fan

https://www.inkoma.com/k/545

(13tx CD, 46'38'' - Cake and Coffee rec 'o7)

 | pall youhideme
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From Berlin, totally into indie art-pop: minimal jazzy or swing drumming, cute boy/girl vocals, guitars sometimes noisy dissonant, xylophone, - a what if Yo La Tengo, The Victorian English Gentlemens' Club and Free Kitten were mated in a lab. - Anne Paschvoss (drms, melodica, voice), Pascal Aperdannier (gtr, piano, groovebox, voice), and His brother Mario Aperdannier (piano, groovebox) play some brilliant irresistible Music, fresh and 360° lovely, full of ideas and uptempo u-turns. They know how to play two chords and make something beautiful. - Milk And Die is my favorite name for a song for this year, and If Things Work Out has got a perfect pop melody (be sure that the sad tone verse 'today the coffee won't get warm' is well stuck into my head), together with Spring too (its satured piano-driven soul reminds me of Brasilia's fuzzy experiments). More, They like to play with words at the microphone and with spoken word too, from Sunset Lies to the above mentioned Milk And Die. Track entitled The Warm Sea has got an excellent lounge digression mixed with a frenzy lo-fi pause; Ice Cream is simply delicious as the summer story it tells. - La Batterie is that kind of Band that colours Music with passion, artistic sense and naturalness. - Ps. I read on Their myspace something that made me smile "In the end it all results in a kind of Spongebob-version of Sonic Youth" - i agree with that..
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 La Batterie - He Ate A Lamp Now He's A Fan (13tx CD, 46'38'' - Cake and Coffee rec 'o7) - Da Berlino, totalmente dentro l'art-pop più indie: drumming jazzato o swing, Lui/Lei carini alle voci, le chitarre qualche volta dissonanti e rumorose, xilofono, - un ipotetico accoppiamento da laboratorio di Yo La Tengo, The Victorian English Gentlemens' Club e Free Kitten. Anne Paschvoss (drms, melodica, voce), Pascal Aperdannier (gtr, piano, groovebox, voce), and His brother Mario Aperdannier (piano, groovebox) suonano della Musica brillante e irresistibile, fresca e amabile a 360 gradi, piena di idee e virate ad U in uptempo. Sanno come con due soli accordi creare qualcosa di Bello. - Milk And Die è il mio nome preferito per una canzone almeno per tutto questo anno, e If Things Work Out ha una melodia pop perfetta (e state sicuri che il tono triste del verso 'today the coffee won't get warm' mi si è ben conficcato nella testa), insieme con Spring anche (la sua anima satura guidata dal piano mi ricorda gli esperimenti fuzz dei Brasilia). In più, piace Loro giocare con le parole al microfono e anche con lo spoken word, - da Sunset Lies alla sopra menzionata Milk And Die. La traccia a titolo The Warm Sea ha un'eccellente digressione lounge spezzata da una pausa frenetica lo-fi; Ice Cream è semplicemente deliziosa quanto la storia estiva che racconta. - La Batterie è il genere di Gruppo che colora la Musica di passione, senso artistico e naturalezza. - Ps. ho letto sul Loro myspace qualcosa che mi ha fatto sorridere e con cui concordo 'Alla fine tutto risulta essere come una versione Spongebob dei Sonic Youth' ahahahah.
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