Paradise Island / Lines Are Infinitely Fine
Album: Lines Are Infinitely Fine   Collection:General
Artist:Paradise Island   Added:Jun 2003
Label:Dim Mak  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2003-06-30 Pull Date: 2003-09-01
Week Ending: Aug 10 Aug 3 Jul 27 Jul 20 Jul 13 Jul 6
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 2 2

Recent Airplay
1. Sep 06, 2004: Short Song Marathon - Part 3
Everybody's Cussing
4. Jul 23, 2003: Postulate, Then Liberate
2. Aug 08, 2003: Stirling's Approximation
5. Jul 17, 2003: Baptism of Solitude
Monster Boogie
3. Jul 30, 2003: press and release
I Came 2 Party
6. Jul 11, 2003: Stirling's Approximation
Got a Light

Album Review
Reviewed 2003-06-30
solo album from Erase Erata’s Jenny Hoyston. Lots of experimental electronica based and guitar based pieces. Her voice is not in your face, but is treated more like another aspect of the mix of instruments/electronic sounds in each song.

((1)) Swirling electronic sounds, high pitched squeeks, faint fem vocals in each ear and snare drum.
2) acoustic guitar, double fem vocals.
3) fem vocals through a mega phone, loud and rapidly strum guitar.
((4)) rapid snares, blippy electronic sounds, high pitched fem vocals. Background keyboards
5) almost twangy guitar picking. Echoey fem vocals
((6)) really cute vocals like she’s in the shower with a simple beat.
7) soft deep lyrics with high pitched guitar picking.
8) soft fem singing and crooning with simple beats.
9) fun electric sounds, basic beat, all instrumental.
((10)) good rhythms made with guitar and drum interspaced fem vocals that echo eerily through the music. Simple yet complex and pretty.
(((11))) nice droning, distorted guitar plus a strum guitar plus her voice coming through slightly.
12) Instrumental tweaked keyboard melodies behind louder drum beat and constant shaker sound.

Track Listing
1. Midwash   7. Gold Digger
2. Sunrise a Spectacle   8. Try and Leave
3. Everybody's Cussing   9. Float on a Flower
4. Got a Light   10. A,B
5. We Ate Until We Ate It All   11. Monster Boogie
6. I Came 2 Party   12. <No Name>