A new(ish) website has been launched for anyone to contribute regarding Slowdive. The site is run the same style as good old Wikipedia and already features a whole load of gigs and setlists not just from Slowdive but all the band members other projects including Mojave 3, Televise, Eternal and solo projects.
if you’ve got anything you wish to contribute i’m sure it’d be greatly appreciated.
Click here to visit the website.
After a lengthy absence, Monster Movie featuring Christian Savill from Slowdive release their fifth album in April called ‘Everyone is a Ghost.’ The Graveface label have uploaded a teaser track called ‘Bored Beyond Oblivion’ which you can download by clicking here.
Everyone Is A Ghost will be released on April 6th packaged in a Stoughton “Old Style” gatefold jacket for both the LP and CD. The CD is limited to 2,000 copies, and the first press of the LP is 500 copies
Everyone is a Ghost is comprised of 13 songs (10 for the CD, 2 bonus tracks for vinyl and 1 for download) written and recorded in six cities across the U.S. and U.K. Savill and Hewson were particularly excited by the collaborative process of making the album, which features guest appearances from Ryan Graveface (Dreamend, Black Moth Super Rainbow), Sophie Pittaway, Rachel Staggs (Experimental Aircraft) and artwork from Will Schaff, who’s set ink to paper for Godspeed! You Black Emperor, Okkervil River, Songs: Ohia, Kid Dakota and more.
The duo considers Everyone is a Ghost to be their most consistent album to date, having found that their songwriting styles have become more similar over the years. This release distills the expansive shoegazing bliss-wall of Slowdive into intensely catchy pop songs played out on guitar, bass, piano, ukulele, percussion and a range of synthesizers. Everyone is a Ghost brings to mind the experimental pop atmospherics of David Bowie’s Low, the male/female vocal harmonics of My Bloody Valentine and Grandaddy’s electronica-laced sunny pop nostalgia.
If you wish to hear more of Monster Movie their MySpace page can be found by clicking here.
You can pre-order the album from the rather good Graveface record label directly by clicking here.
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