Wednesday, February 23, 2011

New Summer Camp and Wave Pictures

Our love for past Summer Camp tunes has been fairly evident, so when we caught their new, slightly darker and more haunting tune over at GVB today, we were certainly pleased. Grab the new tune above, and keep your eye out for their debut LP, produced by Steve Mackey of Pulp, which drops at an undisclosed time, on an undisclosed label. Highly informative day, clearly.

In other Moshi Moshi news (Summer Camp's former/current? label)

The most excellent trio Wave Pictures have announced that their new album Beer in The Breakers will drop in the US April 19th. From the press release:
True to their lo-fi aesthetic the band recorded the album live to tape in one day at friend and frequent collaborator Darren Hayman's (of British band Hefner) house in Walthamstow, England... The songs featured on Beer In The Breakers embrace Tattersall's love of E Minor ("Now Your Smile Comes Over In Your Face" and "Beer In The Breakers"), bass player Franic's favorite clothing brand ("Blue Harbour" - a tale of love in Coney Island), and are inspired by band favorites like Otis Rush ("Blink Back A Tear").

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