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Esp Ohio - Starting Point Of The Royal Cyclopean
Esp Ohio
Starting Point Of The Royal Cyclopean
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Gbv Inc)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
ESP Ohio's debut grabs you by the earholes & demands your immediate & undivided attention. Described by Robert Pollard as a band, rather than a collaboration, Pollard fills out the ranks with Doug Gillard, Mark Shue & Travis Harrison, harkening back to "Isolation Drills"-era GbV & the result is some of the most joyful noise Pollard has made in recent memory: melodic, playful, upbeat. Call it "sparkle rock", which should be a thing, but maybe doesn't adequately describe ESP Ohio's mix of bold-faced rock with weirdo proggy-psych elements & textures, but in the absence of adequate qualifiers, it'll have to do.
Guided By Voices - Cool Planet
Guided By Voices
Cool Planet
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Gbv Inc)
18,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Conceived during the sub-freezing Polar Vortex of 2014, the next Guided By Voices record is Cool Planet. It’s another wineskin full of great songs, recorded in a single proper studio for the first time since their inexhaustible reformation. There’s some unusually consistent and consistently awesome production on display, thanks to the array of vintage equipment on offer at Cyberteknics Creative Studios in Dayton, Ohio. Cool Planet also offers a weighty crunch that will lay you flat, perhaps due in part to the (re-)addition of late-version Guided By Voices tub-thumper Kevin March on drums. Robert Pollard has talked in recent months about having refined his approach to songwriting (as if that was a thing that needed to happen) and the tunes he’s written for Cool Planet stack up against the best he’s ever done, including the hard-hitting title track, which just begs to be played live. Guitarist Tobin Sprout steps up with (among others) a Bowie-esque song (“Psychotic Crush”) and a Beatle-esque number (“All American Boy”).Look what Guided By Voices have done for the world since reforming in 2010. Six high-quality full-length albums in less than four years. And that’s not counting EPs, singles, tours, or solo records. If the sorry state of the present day indie-, alt- or just plain rock landscape is the disease, Guided By Voices is the cure! Do not take in moderation.
Robert Pollard - We All Got Out Of The Army
Robert Pollard
We All Got Out Of The Army
LP | 2010 | US | Original (Gbv Inc)
17,09 €* 18,99 € -10%
Release:2010 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
With We All Got Out of the Army, Pollard delivers yet again. The new album blasts out of the speakers with "Silk Rotor," a power-pop gem with a swirling, fist-pumping chorus. This song alone is worth the album price. For the next 38 minutes, Pollard puts his unique stamp on sludgy, glam psychedelia ("Rice Train"), jubilant, synth-spiked pop ("I'll Take the Cure"), the kind of moody, melodic, perfectly weird rock 'n' roll long beloved by Guided By Voices fans ("I Can See," "Poet Bums"), and concludes with a haunting acoustic / electric ode with shades of Bowie circa Hunky Dory ("Faster to Babylon").
Robert Pollard - Return Of The Drums
Teenage Guitar (Robert Pollard of Guided By Voices) - Force Fields At Home
Teenage Guitar (Robert Pollard of Guided By Voices)
Force Fields At Home
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Gbv Inc)
16,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
For the most discerning aficionados of Robert Pollard and Guided By Voices, Teenage Guitar offers experiments in spontaneity and lo-fi witchiness and wizardry, exploring multiple moods and styles. This is pure high-potency solo Pollard (vocals, guitars, piano) with occasional assistance from Greg Demos (drums) and Joe Patterson (bass). Brewed in the home laboratory using a historic mid-90s Tascam 488 cassette recorder, without professional engineers or adult supervision, Force Fields at Home recalls the sound and spirit of mid-’90s GBV EPs like Clown Prince of the Menthol Trailer. Only the lyrics were composed ahead—the music flowed spontaneously while the tape ran. Don’t blink, these will disappear quickly.
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