Tag: Pavement

JANE HERSHIPS – Song For Ewe

“It’s a very intimate song, but it’s got this rhythm track that is just this drum machine high-hat that just keeps going though the whole song giving it this incessant quality. I’ve read that it was a demo and that when it came time to record he couldn’t remember the tuning so it was released as is.”

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BEN LEE – Song For Ewe

“It was one of the first indie rock songs I heard in the 90s that had perfect pop craftsmanship mixed with a hip aesthetic. I loved how loud the vocals were mixed, which was also antithetical to a lot of the records made at the time. It felt like a Motown record or something totally classic.”

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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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