Tag: Drop Nineteens

JO COLLIS of LUCKY SHIVERS – Song For Ewe

“There’s a weird nostalgic vibe for me about Camp Cope because they have something that reminds me of Life Without Buildings and Sleater-Kinney and music that I loved when I was Camp Cope’s age. I kind of felt bad for labelling them ‘obscure’ because they are having huge success in Australia and I hope they aren’t obscure over here in the UK for long.”

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SAUROPOD – Lucky 7

“Bellman was an 18th century Swedish composer and poet, who basically sung of sex, drugs and music before it was cool. Performed seamlessly hundreds of years later by Cornelis Vreeswijk, who’s like all of Scandinavia’s coolest folk singer. And that ever-shredding nylon guitarist next to him.”

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