|Ooioo / Gold and Green|
|Album:||Gold and Green||Collection:||General|
|1.||Jun 04, 2015:||A Visit From Drum |
I'm a Song
|4.||Jun 26, 2007:||Lost and Found |
|2.||May 16, 2008:||Music To Make Babies To |
|5.||Sep 16, 2005:||Distraction-Limited |
Grow Sound Tree
|3.||Dec 06, 2007:||At Your Local Dive |
|6.||May 17, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
I'm a Song
Radness! Four Japanese women (including Yoshimi of Boredoms), plus a generous handful of guests, making music that defies categorization - I hear art rock, psychedelia, no wave, funk, even traces of international folk music at points. Amazing stuff - give it a try.|
> 1. percussion -> short gap -> trumpet and loose but propulsive drumming. Kind of Spaceheads. Ends with quiet chime.
2. wheezy drone, dinky synth tune, whistles and chimes
> 3. buzzes and flute, and then rock drums kick in at about 1 min. in. Hypnotic and shifting - almost 7 min. long.
> 4. echoed voices, tabla, plucked strings - a psychedelic children's song that gets ever more thickly layered
> 5. driving drums, phased guitar, synth - art-funk, sort of no-wavey without the stiffness
6. sparse echoed guitar intro, adds drums and wordless vox - gets faster and more driving
> 7. steady drums, lots of singing - the harmonies and patterns remind me of Scandinavian or eastern european folk at times. Yoko-esque squeaks and gibbers, and psych guitar blittering away in the background.
8. and 9. short - wordless vocals and synth, drums pound away. Odd but cute.
10. delayed phased guitar, big drums, chimes. Again kinda Spaceheadsy.
> 11. big dramatic vocals over drums and squinky noises - mutates in and out of spacefunk
> 12. fades in slow - clattering percussion, drifty noises, trumpet.
|3.||Grow Sound Tree||9.||Idbi|
|5.||I'm a Song||11.||Emeraldragonfly|
|6.||Fossil||12.||Return to Now!!!|