Entries in England (8)
And if you didn't guess already, Orlando is the son of Professor Edward Higginbottom, conductor of the choir of New College, University of Oxford. He was educated at the Cherwell School, Oxford and has previously worked as a music teacher in schools.
Field Music are a band from Sunderland, England who formed in 2004. The band's core consists of brothers David and Peter Brewis (who at one time played drums for fellow Sunderland band The Futureheads), with Andrew Moore.
Field Music have been celebrated as one of the few bands to transcend and outlast the short-lived NME-generated "post-punk revival" of the mid-noughties. Describing the band as "a truly artful proposition in the pseud-filled landscape of contemporary Brit art-rock", music blog The Fantastic Hope puts this down in part to their "un-self-conscious anti-fashion stance", arguing that Field Music's "wayward pop from the fringes of academia is one of the most worthwhile ways in which rock//indie/guitar music/white pop/whatever might evolve."
The British producer released a K is for Kelson EP about six months ago that slipped past troysnoise until last week.
Stream one of the other tracks compliments of Warp Records here.
The wiry British jitter-pop duo Field Music have a new album called Plumb dropping early next year, and they’ve shared a track from the LP with the world. It’s called “(I Keep Thinking About) A New Thing,” and it’s the sort of tightly wound, falsetto-flecked, XTC-damaged stuff that the group used to build its name.
Here's the track list:
Start The Day Right
It’s Okay To Change
You may not immediately recognize this band name, but Noel Gallagher is the former lead guitarist, backing vocalist and principal songwriter of a little English rock band called Oasis. He is the Gallagher banished from the new band Beady Eye that's playing with the other former Oasis members.
This single and forthcoming album are officially due out mid-October, meanwhile there are a few other of his tracks floating around out there as well.
Troysnoise rarely posts for such an established artist, but this quality project is new and relatively unknown, so be the first to drop a line to your friends about this smooth new single.
Ladies and blokes, the Guillemots have released this fantastic title track, "Walk The River" for their upcoming album release. Their first since 2008, expectations are deservedly high, and have been met so far, after their first two discs both charted in the UK.
Album release date is set for April 18th via short film made for "Walk The River," and get the free download of the track at the band's website.