My Disco / Little Joy
Album: Little Joy   Collection:General
Artist:My Disco   Added:Mar 2011
Label:Temporary Residence Ltd.  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2012-01-01 Pull Date: 2012-03-04
Week Ending: Feb 26 Feb 19 Feb 12 Feb 5 Jan 29 Jan 22 Jan 15 Jan 8
Airplays: 1 3 3 1 1 3 2 2

Recent Airplay
1. Feb 12, 2016: A Visit From Drum (Valentine's)
Young, Closer
4. Mar 12, 2015: The Sunset Life
2. Nov 06, 2015: A Visit From Drum (Nature Walk)
5. Jan 15, 2015: Meow: The Best Of The Decade So Far (2010-2014)...The Sequel!
3. Jun 04, 2015: The Final Sunset
6. Nov 14, 2014: A Visit From Drum

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2011-12-17
Big tribal rock fun mixed with a heady element of post-rock, think Do Make Say Think crossed with Tartufi. These guys don’t believe in choruses, just pure rhythmic hypnotism. Quality guitar chording, really interesting beats, understated vocals if any. Really perfect music. Check this out for sure, its pretty awesome. (Note: I just read the one sheet: Sure enough, this is produced by Steve Albini (!). Its weird how everything he records takes on a heaviness and life of its own. These guys are from Melbourne as it turns out. Heavy hitters). All tracks great.

1) (2:58) throbbing near techno rock beat with tribal tom toms, straight up rock
2) (8:46) head nodding tribal big epic indie rock, relentless, great
3) (3:45) guitar chords figure highly, really cool
4) (6:45) first 2 min are minimal guitar chords, then a hypnotic strum leads in more relentless tribal epicness
5) (4:40) cool backbeat rhythm dominated by drum beat then slow chords appear that get dense later
6) (6:46) mellow, tom tom beats predominate, minimal vocals
7) (3:35) dark, pensive, slow and heavy
8) (9:51) upbeat tribal stuff like earlier tracks, theres almost an undst undst quality to the rhythm, maybe it’s the high hat hitting the offbeat…epic
9) (4:12) more of a straightforward mid paced head nodding rock piece

Track Listing
1. Closer   5. Sunray
2. Young   6. Lil' Joy
3. Turn   7. With Age
4. Sun Bear   8. Rivers
  9. A Turreted Berg