|Caywood, Veloura / Veloura Caywood|
|Artist:||Caywood, Veloura||Added:||Jul 2003|
|Add Date:||2005-10-16||Pull Date:||2005-12-18|
|Week Ending:||Dec 18||Dec 11||Dec 4||Nov 27||Nov 20||Nov 13||Nov 6||Oct 30|
|1.||Dec 29, 2005:||Multiple Personality Disorder |
Unknown, Unknown, Unknown
|4.||Dec 04, 2005:||Multiple Personality Disorder |
|2.||Dec 14, 2005:||Eels in the Loo |
|5.||Nov 27, 2005:||Multiple Personality Disorder |
|3.||Dec 11, 2005:||Multiple Personality Disorder |
|6.||Nov 20, 2005:||Multiple Personality Disorder |
Bedroom teenage experimenting in the indie pop, rock, folk vein, but mostly "experimental" in that the performer is teaching herself apparently. Fem vocal and solo guitar mostly. Good heart. Interesting collection of homemade songs, collected from tapes over years no doubt...|
1.FCC at very start. answering machine (dad?)
+2.slide whistles, very low fi, sounds like a children's song or march, fem vocals overdubbed with slowed down fem vocals
+3.fast folky acoustic guitar
+4.fast acoustic guitar. Can't tell what she's singing about but I want to sing along.
+5.Add production, get pop hit. Or a girl group ditty... ode to handsome guy
6.rock, Joan Jett influenced
7.pretty, folky and sultry
8.a-capella, like old folk field recording. List of what she doesn't want goes on and on...
+9.3/4 time, very distorted. she'll be with you
10.cleaner sound, acoustic, lots of echo. Sad song.
11.short spoken "I'm just totally sad"
12.punky shouting & two-chord acoustic guitar.
+13.fast poppy distorted, yodelling!
15.FCC over and over again in first part, and it's kinda boring, artist thinks so too and fast forwards to second part which has shouted singing. Then slows down.
16.primitive pop. "what was I doing?"
+17.1st 5 secs are silent, then trippy "I'm so nauseated"
18.three chord progression, can't hold my interest
+19.girl pop, starts midtempo speeds up
+20.FCC chaotic noise jam! with spoken bits
+21.music (two-chord strum) isn't much but the lyrics are a put-down about unrequited love. Ends w/two minutes left, then "bonus track" of childhood recording, which isn't really worth airing.