FM36 | UNDERLAPPER Red Spring

CATALOGUE: FM36
ARTIST:
 UNDERLAPPER
TITLE: 
RED SPRING
FORMAT: 
CD / DIGITAL
RELEASED: September 2007

BUY: CD/DIGITAL AT BANDCAMP | or DIGITAL AT iTUNES

TRACKLISTING:

1. Meanderthal 6:03
2. Little Tapioca 4:31
3. Lawn Bowls and Linda Ronstadt 5:02
4. Haunted Cornice 2:26
5. Left Wing Gaurdian 3:30
6. Fallen Face Moon  4:06
7. Fools’ Cap 7:37
8. Terrace 3:22
9. Werewolf Etiquette For Self Defence 2:41
10. Renfield 4:53

ARTIST(S):

Marc Chomicki: Drums, MPC, guitar
Matt Furnell: Samples, EFX, programming
Morgan McKellar: Guitar, vocals, keys
Simon Oh: Keys, saxophone, bass clarinet
Greg Stone: Guitar, keys, vocals
Simon Tyte: Bass, keys

Other performer credits:
track 5 written by Jon Tjhia and Underlapper. Additional programming on track 7 by G.L Seiler, Vocals on track 6 by Holly McKellar, Bass and piano on track 4 by Danny Jumpertz.

RELEASE DETAILS:

Underlapper member Greg Stone: “On the new album (Red Spring), we’ve returned to using many of the elements such as post-rock, folk and downbeat electronica which have always interested us as a group. I think this album is a return to the music we began making from the beginning and it gives the listener an insight into where we are at as a band today” Underlapper interview (Cyclic Defrost): July 2007

Recorded at Red Springs, Ilford, NSW and Feral HQ Sydney in March 2006.

REVIEWS:

“A collaborative melting pot of creativity” thesilentballet.com

“Fresh and evolutionary” Tim Ritchie, Sound Quality, Radio National

**** (4 STARS) as intensely wild and beautifully low-key as the changing seasons…. creates the kind of dreamy soundtrack that we’ve come to expect from musicians toying with ambience – yet there’s nothing muzak-like about their songs. Their ability to steer you through unlikely terrain is what keeps you listening: on closing track ‘Renfield’ the band takes the most polite of instruments – the piano – and with gradual, steady, low-pressure changes allows the pretty notes to escalate into a cloud-rumbling force that could rip roofs from houses. Yet, on ‘Left Wing Guardian’ the composition is as delicate and entrancing as a sun shower. The Big Issue

“Glitch with great heart and beautiful sense of melody” Beat Magazine

“There’s an undeniable twinge of gothic anxiety to Underlapper… it eats at the edges of their sound… whirrs and clunks scattered through the mix like the echoes of sinister dot-matrix printers.” Mess + Noise

LINKS:

Underlapper Blog

Underlapper Myspace

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