ORGAN THING OF THE DAY: You have to love these trees don’t you, the glorious work of Spanish (street) artist PABLO HERRERO. Haven’t got a credit for whoever to the photo and Pablo is not one of those artists concerned with an online presence. The always informative Unurth website will feed you a few more images….
Some music? Some new YEASAYER eyefood, they just posted a new video, kind of like Yeasayer..The US band have announced details of a limited edition live album, available on double vinyl with booklet and download from 25 November 2013. Good Evening, Washington D.C. was recorded as part of the band’s worldwide Fragrant World tour, on their sold out two-night stand at Washington D.C.’s legendary 9:30 Club on 14 and 15 November 2012. A booklet accompanies the package, with extensive sleevenotes written by the artist Christopher Kline, detailing the origins and inner-workings of each song from Fragrant World, the band’s acclaimed third studio album, out now on Mute.
Some more music?
This is WAR INSIDE‘s 2011 three track on-line demo EP thing, the French band find themselves yelling at you via our beautiful page today because they got in touch and asked for a little support. We liked what we heard, perfect first coffee of the morning earfood while we wake ourselves up. Mind you, they asked us for a record deal as well! No chance matey, the days of us being stupid enough to spend our hard-earned on you bands are long gone! What a thankless pursuit that was, anyone want an unused Sunlounger CD or an unopened Imperial Leisure single – boy, did those Imperial Leisure lot and their collective egos blow it big time, Nah, you bands aren’t going to find us willing to put your wreckords out anymore however wholesome you may sound. These days you got to do it all yourselves, who needs labels these days anyway? Does anyone sign bands anymore? Who knows, go ask Digby….
One last Lou bit. this just came in to the Organ in box via John Cale’s PR people
John Cale’s statement on the passing of Lou Reed.
“The news I feared the most, pales in comparison to the lump in my throat and the hollow in my stomach. Two kids have a chance meeting and 47 years later we fight and love the same way — losing either one is incomprehensible. No replacement value, no digital or virtual fill…broken now, for all time. Unlike so many with similar stories – we have the best of our fury laid out on vinyl, for the world to catch a glimpse. The laughs we shared just a few weeks ago, will forever remind me of all that was good between us.”