ARTISTS: BECAUSE OF GHOSTS, ALEKS AND THE RAMPS, WHEN LIONS LIGHT CANDLES, ALEX JARVIS, SEAWORTHY, THE RATIONAL ACADEMY, AVIATOR LANE, JASMINE LOOP CONTROL, THE NIGHT CRASH, FLAME TREES
TITLE: The Tomorrow We Were Promised Yesterday – Bonus Tour Disc
FORMAT: SOLD OUT
RELEASED: September 2004
This release was only available with a limited run of the Because Of Ghosts album The Tomorrow We Were Promised Yesterday (FM27).
TRACKLISTING & RELEASE DETAILS:
1. Upwards! Forwards! Towards The Sun! (Live at the Kirk) by Because Of Ghosts 4:50
Written and performed by Because of Ghosts.
Recorded by Patrick Roussy. Recorded November 2004.
2. No Se Si Es Amor by Aleks And The Ramps 4:47
aleks composes sinister lullabies on his banjo. The ramps then arrange these tunes with sludgy drumming, delicate strings, glockenspiels and animalistic vocal exercises. Their hi-NRG live sets of frenetic indie chaos is usually interspersed with primary school dance routines and the dispersing of baked goods.
3. Hide And Seek by When Lions Light Candles 5:49
Written by tim brown and noah symons
the name: in 2003 tim lived with his nona, in the garage was his little music space – a rug, a lamp, a chair & some guitars. his youngest brother (peter) visited once and they went downstairs into the garage and played one song for a long time. we thought that at that moment we would like to be lions -so we were. We were playing by candle light. the name ‘when lions light candles’ was a silly name made for when friends or family come together and play music like we did that night. shortened it becomes ‘lions light’who consists of tim brown (keys,vocals,trumpet,glocks) and noah symons (drums,vocals,glocks)
4. Stanford Prison Experiment Blues by Alex Jarvis 3:41
Featuring Alex Jarvis, Jacob Pearce on drums and Gareth Skinner on Cello.
Written by Alex Jarvis, Chris Smith & James Dixon.
Copyright 2006 Alex Jarvis.
5. Map In Hand Pt 4 by Seaworthy 4:33
Seaworthy are quiet. Listen carefully.
6. title.wait (de-edit) by The Rational Academy 4:01
Produced by Lawrence English (ROOM40) (CONTROL)
Mid 2004. Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley district battled sound restrictions and kids ran back to an early 90’s DIY culture. Somewhere close by The Rational Academy began writing songs.
Drawn at first by the sonic scree of early Pavement records and a love for pop music accompanied by sombre male / female vocals, Meredith McHugh (gtr/vox), Benjamin Thompson (gtr/vox), Lawrence English (Electronics/Laptop) and David Heathorn (drum kit/guitars) began adjusting tuning pegs until melodies and clashing chords worked themselves into a meaningful translation of The Rational Academy a distant nod in the direction of their indie rock counterparts coupled with tender regard towards the avante garde and experimental composers within contemporary culture. Small DIY attack minus the scene heavy indifference of Electro-Clash.
The Rational Academy appear courtesay of Someone Good
7. We Found The Colony, Now We Have Peace by Aviator Lane 4:40
[taken from self-titled EP released in 2006]
Written by Michael Radzevicius
8. Pinky for the Lung by Jasmine Loop Control 3:31
Written by Jasmine Loop Control
Jasmine Loop Control are Michael Skinner, Greg Taw, Vanessa Yeomans and Elisa Siipola.
9. Butter, butter. Butter. Butter… by The Night Crash 2:25
The Night Crash is Dan and Leigh. Dan plays guitar while Leigh hits the drums. They sometimes yell, too… Not very often though. The Night Crash is quite a bit louder than it really has to be.
10. Why It Matters by Flame Trees