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The Bilinda Butchers


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San Francisco, United States (2011 – present)

The Bilinda Butchers are a group based in San Francisco. Formed by schoolmates Michal Palmer and Adam Honingford in the suburbs of Northern California, the group takes their name from My Bloody Valentine guitarist and early inspiration, Bilinda Butcher ( 2013 saw the addition of drummer Ryan Wansley, whose rhythmic sensibilities proved essential in further honing the group’s atmospheric, melodic songwriting. The group’s upcoming full-length, titled “Heaven” is set to be released on Orchid Tapes (Brooklyn, NY) and Fastcut Records (Japan) in July 2014. Heaven”, which follows two well-received EPs released in 2011 and 2012 respectively, is a narrative-focused record that is at turns both sprawling and intimate.


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  • nemu_no_mune

    Don't understand why Boyfriend isn't in higher on the list. Easily my fave.

    21 Sep 3:42am Reply
  • headeffects

    no even close to rlgd... meh

    20 Sep 8:57pm Reply
  • SouHerns


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  • bkelleher

    Heaven is lush as f... lovin' it

    5 Sep 9:02pm Reply
  • mydarksky

    Heaven Holds a Place ❤❤❤

    7 Aug 7:45am Reply
  • willett25

    After sinking into Air's "Ce Matin La", "Teen Dream" puts this playlist on an enthusiastic pace. Check it out here!-

    5 Aug 9:49pm Reply
  • Stugard

    Heaven is definitely better than Goodbyes, but I'm not quite convinced I enjoy it more than RLGD. I like the atmosphere, and although there are parts I'm still not entirely sold on (the voice diaries are fairly hit and miss, I honestly never have liked The Lovers' Suicide, and Heaven Holds a Place was just STRANGE), but as a whole it's still great and will probably get better with time.

    27 Jul 1:08am Reply
  • not_not_not


    23 Jul 6:40am Reply
  • Dack47

    New album 10/10 for me <3

    22 Jul 9:06pm Reply
  • Herr_Amn

    Lovely. Yeah the album is definitely very Japan-influenced for sure (Michal really loves Japan and he traveled all around this country when he was visiting here) which largely works with the overall atmosphere.

    21 Jul 1:15am Reply
  • Brkt16

    new album is perfect

    18 Jul 3:00pm Reply
  • tanyalovisa

    i dig it

    18 Jul 11:01am Reply
  • Wepeel6

    so gud i cum blud

    18 Jul 12:14am Reply
  • steveotron

    Not amazing, but it's pretty cool summer music.

    17 Jul 12:22pm Reply
  • Machiventa

    holy crap this is some lovely, ace, top-tier dream-pop!! lovely record!

    16 Jul 8:20pm Reply
  • Zioluza

    sounds different, but i liked it a lot

    16 Jul 8:19pm Reply
  • fonzarelli69

    I think its a pretty good release. there are a couple of songs that feel a little off, but overall i think the whole album has a solid tone and atmosphere. i'm pleased with it! [2]

    16 Jul 3:20pm Reply
  • killkillklll

    enjoying every song

    16 Jul 5:51am Reply
  • Parasitical

    About the concept behind the album: "Heaven is the title of the diary written by Nakajima Ume, a young woman who lived in Japan from 1836 to 1864. It's entries catalog her catastrophic marriage to a cruel nobleman, and her later introduction to a young, idealistic poet whose expressions of sympathy inspire her to escape from her unfortunate circumstances."

    16 Jul 3:34am Reply
  • Dotachin

    How you go from lovely, ace, top-tier dream-pop with songs like Tulips and Sigh to this tho

    16 Jul 1:48am Reply
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