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Filigree and Shadow - This Mortal Coil (1986)

One of the great musical movements to emerge from the ’80s was the 4AD phenomenon. 4AD was more than just a stylish English record label. It was a design entity that encompassed styles of music, dress and a general attitude. 610 more words

'80s

Song for Saturday: 'Fotzepolitic' by Cocteau Twins

At times of stress or distress, I always turn to Cocteau Twins. For the last week or so I’ve listened to virtually nothing else. On Twitter I said that they was keeping me on an even keel. 38 more words

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Late Night Music: The Sundays - Cocteau Twins - Siouxsie and the Banshees

The Sundays, HereĀ“s Where the Story Ends:

Cocteau Twins, Sugar Hiccup:

Siouxsie and the Banshees, Cities in Dust:

From The Vault

Cocteau Twins - Treasure (1984): Review

Produced by Cocteau Twins
Label – 4AD

By 1984, The Cocteau Twins had thrown off the droning Siouxsie & The Banshees tag that yoked them for their previous two long players and with the aid of a new bass player (Simon Raymonde) developed a denser, more celestially orchestrated approach to their arrangements. 383 more words

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LIVE SESSION: COCTEAU TWINS - "Song To The Siren".

LIVE SESSION: COCTEAU TWINS – “Song To The Siren” .

The Cocteau Twins perform Tim Buckley’s “Song To The Siren” recorded as part of the 4AD label project, This Mortal Coil album “It’ll End In Tears” released in 1984.

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Elizabeth Fraser - Cocteau Twins

Photo:Ā Elizabeth Fraser – Cocteau Twins

Rock

Helen and The Horns.

Crops coming in thick and fast now. Glut of courgettes at the moment, so it’s courgette fritters for tea; last night it was courgette, green bean and tomato pasta with basil (all from the… 235 more words

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