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Flavorwire Premiere: The Rutles' "I Must Be In Love" Gets an '80s Pop Makeover From Skylar Spence

“I’m not big into Monty Python, but I’m pleading ignorance on that one,” admits Ryan DeRobertis, the one-man electro-pop band known as Skylar Spence (and formerly known as Saint Pepsi). 333 more words


Album Review: The Orchids - Beatitude#9

It could well be that The Orchids passed you by. The Scottish five piece James Hackett (vocals), John Scally (guitar), Chris Quinn (drums), Matthew Drummond (guitar) and James Moody (bass) formed in 1986, releasing a whole host of material on the tiny but (subsequently) hugely influential and loved Sarah Records label. 402 more words


Album Review: St. Christopher - Evermore Starts Here 1984-2000

This is weird. Me and St Christopher have history. I bought, direct from Sarah Records, that beacon of all things indie and (in some cases) twee, All of a tremble, and fairly shortly afterwards stole one of their other singles for the label from my brother, Say Yes To Everything. 664 more words


Gone With The Weird: (No) Need For Seed

We’re obsessed with the nineties. There’s no way to get around it: college-age kids starting peddling nineties nostalgia on the net to for cheap page views and we ate it up. 1,723 more words


Some days #38: Pale Sunday

I Pale Sunday hanno sempre vissuto in un mondo a parte. Da Jardinópolis, San Paolo, li si immaginerebbe intenti a far tutto fuorché cover di band Sarah anni 80, e invece – come scriveva il mitico indiepop.it qualche anno or sono: 222 more words


'We Cannot Hope to Compete With Such Colours' by The Steinbecks

I was planning to have a break after a song-a-day-May for NZ Music Month. Time to catch up with a backlog of new albums. Turned out most of them were from Australian bands. 221 more words

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