Good Morning are a two piece recording project made up of Stefan Blair (Gemini) and Liam Parsons (Aries) from Melbourne, Australia. The two met in high school and have been writing songs ever since.
In 2013, they went halvies in a Foxtex 4 track tape machine; Good Morning is the result of that investment.They have released two mildly received EPs, Shawcross and Glory, and some similarly received singles.
In a live setting they are joined by James Macleod (Libra) and John Considine (Sagittarius). Together they have performed in the United States at CMJ Music Marathon and most of Australia.
Career highlights include being unfavourably compared to Mac DeMarco a lot, that time Urban Outfitters asked to play their music in stores and when Tyler, the Creator tweeted the cover of ‘Shawcross’.
Melbourne-based independent label Bedroom Suck Records will re-issue these two beautifully produced and incredibly catchy records on one 12″ vinyl package.
The package comes with a digital download of all 13 tracks, as well as 6 digital-only tracks including the singles ‘Step Aside’, ‘On The Street’ and ‘A Vessel’.
Tracklisting: Side A: 1. Once You Know 2. Don’t Come Home Today 3. Warned You 4. Cosmic Sass 5. Time to Try Again 6. Wednesday 7. Before My Ears Explode
Side B: 1. Overslept 2. Cab Deg 2. To Be Won 3. Give Me Something to Do 4. The Great Start 5. In the Way
Download Bonus Tracks: 1. A Vessel 2. On the Street 3. Radiovoice 4. You 5. Oppsie 6. Step Aside
Limited edition, black on white marbled vinyl, DL card, 1000 only.
Returning with psychedelic dark masterpiece, Television Personalities’ transitional second record ‘Mummy Your Not Watching Me’ was originally released in 1982 on Dan Treacy’s ‘Whaam!’ label.
The album features ‘If I Could Write Poetry’, ‘Painting By Numbers’ and includes songs reminiscent of their earlier sound that can be heard on 'Magnificent Dreams'.
With the formidable Daniel Treacy at its core, Television Personalities remain one of new wave’s longest serving and seminal artists with a career spanning over three decades.
The indie pop visionaries influenced many people across the industry including Battles, Black Dice, Crystal Stilts, MGMT and Creation Records’ Alan McGee.
‘Mummy Your Not Watching Me’ is reissued for Record Store Day 2017 it will be available on black and white marbled vinyl alongside ‘The Painted Word’, ‘And Don’t The Kids Just Love It’ and ‘They Could Have Been Bigger Than The Beatles’
“It's a gawky, charming collection of great little pop tunes, clever bits and embarrassing bits, superb songs” Sounds, 1982
Tracklisting: Side A: 1. Adventure Playground 2. Day In Heaven 3. Scream Quietly 4. Mummy Youre Not Watching Me 5. Brians Magic Car 6. Where The Rainbow Ends
Side B: 1. David Hockneys Diaries 2. Painting By Numbers 3. Lichtenstein Painting 4. Magnificent Dreams 5. If I Could Write Poetry
Does your subconscious yearn for symphonic no wave? Is lumpen prole skank calling to you in the dead of night?. Do you hate Donald Trump but still wanna lynch Hillary for destabilizing N. Africa? Can you exercise to Gnod? Then Dope might well be the band you never even knew you needed.
And this 35 minute long introductory LP is just the way in you might feel obliged to purchase.Two years ago Julian Cope formed Dope to cover all these bases. So he selected from his myriad gang of reprobates four other musicians who know nothing of the 21st century – four intuitive non career movers whose endgame is merely tp play their music, salute the skies, then quit This Mortal Coil.
Dope is the ultimate cave holler, the festival band from hell that plays OUTSIDE the gates of Worthy farm.Five hairy bastards who prefer bongos to congas, who accept classic analogue synthesizers but prefer peculiarly-shaped boxes that emit randomly until kicked into submission. Even Dope’s incredibly talented lead guitarist spends most of his time crouched over a hot FX unit.
So if you are too much of a reggae snob to enjoy Moebius & Plank’s RASTAKRAUTPASTA, please forget Dope. But if the squeaks and blurts of the Nigger Kojak LP is never off your turntable, then Dope is for you. And if you adore Amon Duul 2 but still prefer the massed tribal abandon of Amon Duul 1, then again Dope is for you. Dope is not anarchism, its anarchy.
Ginger explains the story behind the release “The Clout EP was something that was originally made exclusively available to subscribers of the Songs & Words Pledge, 2015, so having a genuine hard copy is a huge thrill for me, as I'm sure it will be for the listeners.
The concept for the four songs was to concentrate on real life heroes, ones that me and producer Jase Edwards considered truly inspirational figures, those pioneers that shaped our past and constructed our present day.
We've chosen Tony Benn, Charles Darwin, Horatio Nelson and, ultimately, you, the one able to carry on the greatness handed down by the greats.
On Record Store Day, we will be asking the fans (those lucky enough to obtain one of these Clout EPs) to send to Ginger, via Twitter, the names of their own four heroes. I think this should be a very inspirational day for us all”.