Tape Waves – ‘Let You Go': Album Stream + Track By Track

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , on July 29, 2014 by bleedinggold

bleedinggold:

Read a track-by-track written by the band on Killer Ponytail….

Originally posted on Killer Ponytail:

tape waves_2Maybe it’s something to do with the increased vitamin D exposure on the South East coast of the US, but Carolina based husband and wife duo Tape Waves have a knack for distilling the sun drenched vibes of their home city into perfect nuggets of dream pop. After creating plenty of buzz with the release of their debut EP last year, Kim and Jarod Weldin are all set to amp up everyone’s summer with their debut album Let You Go.

We were proud to premiere the album track ‘Looking Around’ a few weeks ago and now we’ve got a bigger treat for you lucky people… you can now stream Let You Go in full right here!

Let You Go is a rush of cool coastal breezes and splashes of sunshine delivered through interweaving, shimmering guitars and Kim’s breathy vocals beckoning you onto the beach. But, you don’t have to rely…

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BG079 | Let You Go

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , on July 28, 2014 by bleedinggold

Tape Waves have released their debut album featuring the singles “Stay All Night” and “All I Can See”.

“Their songs evoke the rhythms of gentle waves almost visually–and the over-saturated blue of the sky, and the glare of sunshine bouncing off the sand.” -Carena Liptak/AUDIOFEMME

Available on 12″ from the BGR webstore (only “Bone” color remains), from the band themselves on their BandCamp page, or from various outlets around the world [ UKJapan | Taiwan ].

Available digitally at the BGR BandCamp, iTunes, Spotify and all of the usual digital and streaming outlets.

  1. Slow Days
  2. All I Can See
  3. Let You Go
  4. Ready Now
  5. Beachfront
  6. Another Day
  7. Wherever I Go
  8. Looking Around
  9. Stay All Night
  10. I Can Tell

Artwork by Savannah Rusher: http://spectronicdesign.com/

FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A COPY OF THE GREEN-N-ORANGE LP, PLEASE VISIT THE GREY ESTATES…

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Premiere: Tape Waves – ‘Looking Around’

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , on July 11, 2014 by bleedinggold

bleedinggold:

new Tape Waves premiere on Killer Ponytail….

Originally posted on Killer Ponytail:

tape waves field shotIf there’s one word that sums up South Carolina duo Tape Waves, it’s definitely ‘vibes’. And those ‘vibes’ encompass a landscape of sunshine infused dream pop that could only be the product of traveling around making music with the one you love. After setting the bar high with the release of their debut EP last year, husband and wife duo Kim and Jarod Weldin have now put the final touches to their debut album Let You Go, which is set for release on 28 July on Bleeding Gold Records.

Ahead of the album’s release, we are very excited to premiere the album track ‘Looking Around’, which sits towards the end of the record in all its woozy summertime glory. It’s the musical equivalent of Best Coast hanging out with Slowdive under a palm tree, watching the water lapping at their feet.

Tape Waves create the kind of music made for…

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Interview: Furrow

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , on July 6, 2014 by bleedinggold

bleedinggold:

James from Killer Ponytail had a chat with FURROW…

Originally posted on Killer Ponytail:

Furrow_2Furrow are two guys from a small village called West Felton just on the English/Welsh border. But don’t let their bucolic background fool you. Furrow create gnarly, super lo-fi noise pop capable of reigniting any flagging house party. Between Richard Cartwright’s pounding rhythms and Thom Snell’s shredded bass sound, Furrow also manage to infuse their songs with plenty of melodic verve and enough catchy hooks to give the likes of No Age a run for their money. We caught up with Rich and Thom to talk about playing in caravans, forging new comedy musical genres and their forthcoming album.

How did you guys first start making music together? 

Thom: We come from this little place called West Felton, and we both ended up back there after university. We were hanging around, looking for jobs and listening to lots of No Age.

Rich: Yeah, we were thinking about what No Age were doing and…

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MP3: “All I Can See” – Tape Waves

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , on June 30, 2014 by bleedinggold

bleedinggold:

news of the latest TAPE WAVES jam from The Grey Estates….

Originally posted on The Grey Estates:

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We’ve quickly fallen in love with the duo of Tape Waves. Their blissful and cheery pop continues to enchant with each fresh release and now they’re finally preparing to release a full length debut. Let You Go will be out 7/28 on Bleeding Gold Records, with pre-orders now available for a bone colored or orange and blue swirl vinyl. Once again we’re lulled off into the dreamy world of Tape Waves with the album’s second single “All I Can See” streaming below. “This time, this time I’m gonna make you mine,” Kim Weldin sings, her soprano a thing of striking fragility, often resembling more of a whisper. Romantic and whimsical the track is just enough to hold us over until July 28.

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Guest Mix: Bleeding Gold Records

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 25, 2014 by bleedinggold

Originally posted on The Grey Estates:

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Another of our favorite labels is taking over our Guest Mix feature. Roger Preston of Bleeding Gold Records gives you a little background on the seriously rad label below. You’ll also find a tracklist and 8tracks ready to stream for you below too!

Bleeding Gold Records is a San Diego, California-based label focusing mostly on vinyl and digital releases from an international roster of new and emerging acts, such as Just Handshakes (Leeds,UK), The Sweets (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) and Os Drogons (Chambéry, France). Our bands vary in genre from indie pop, lo-fi, folk to shoegaze and beyond. The most recent release from Space Heat (San Diego, CA) signals a shift in focus on local talent as well as plans to collaborate with their label collective Field Trips, which will feature 5 separate projects all sharing members, co-released with Bleeding Gold. Along with these projects there will be the debut full-length 12″ from Tape Waves

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Trips @ Kensington Club 6/28

Posted in Band Update with tags , , , , , , , on June 20, 2014 by bleedinggold

Originally posted on Field trips:

so check it, TRIPS is doing this on the 28th at KensingtonClub KenClub Sandiego with Grand Tarantula and Teenage Exorcists. Yeah, that’s right. Fun Shit.

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