• Mind Holes and Simple Fixes - Extended Playlist 091109 - www.2ser.com 107.3FM

    Nov 10 2009, 8h57 por Lars_ollo

    From Yoko fly-on-the-wall to Clean living antipods, today’s edition of EP gives eclecticity a run for its money.

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    Yoko Ono with Plastic Ono Band - Mind Holes
    (“Fly” - 1971, Apple)

    Paul Haig - Mad Horses
    (“The Fruit Of The Original Sin” 2xCD compilation - 2007, LTM) (original 1981, Les Disques Du Crépuscule)

    Yacht - The Afterlife
    (“See Mystery Light” - 2009, DFA)

    The Emergency - Fantasy (Bottin's Morriconey Island Mix)
  • Apricot Rail's Debut Album Released

    Jul 13 2009, 11h57 por Hidden_Shoal

    http://agora.hiddenshoal.com/images/medium/apricotrailalbum_MED.jpgHidden Shoal Recordings are proud to announce the release of the debut self-titled album by Perth-based multi-instrumental pop quintet Apricot Rail.

    Apricot Rail produce some of the most discretely charming, lush instrumental pop music you’re likely to hear all year. Delicate, bell-like arpeggiated guitars weave around snaking clarinet and flute, while the beautifully held back yet sanguine rhythm section drives the whole thing into a blurred, sun-soaked horizon.

    Their debut album features the wonderfully received single ‘Pouring Milk Out The Window’, an anthem without ever having to be anthemic, a melancholic reverie that never resorts to the emotional ease of sadness. ‘If You Can’t Join Them, Beat Them’, which featured on the 2009 Spunk Singles Club compilation album, is another chiming standout. And gorgeous closing track ‘Halfway House’ weaves in bubbling electronics as the band lead the listener through glowing landscapes and light-drenched vistas.
  • Apricot Rail Feature Album on RTRfm All This Week

    Jun 23 2009, 12h59 por Hidden_Shoal

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    With only two weeks left until the debut Apricot Rail album gets launched and released through Hidden Shoal, things are starting to heat up. The band has already played three sizzling gigs to wowed Perth audiences and is set to drop another sonic bliss bomb this Saturday night as part of the RTRfm Fremantle Winter Music Festival (details here).

    For anyone who's been itching to hear the album before the release and even have the chance to win a copy then you're in luck as the album as been chosen as the Drivetime feature album all this week on RTRfm. You can tune in from 5 to 7pm everyday this week and hear tracks from the new album as well as have the chance of picking yourself up the CD. For those of you not in radio range of Perth then don't forget you can stream and re-stream RTRfm. No excuse to miss out on what has to be one of the best independent radio stations on the planet - there we said it (listen and find out why we mean…