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BG106 | Here to Fade

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 29, 2016 by bleedinggold

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Tape Waves is Kim and Jarod Weldin, a dream pop duo from Charleston, South Carolina. With shimmery guitars and hushed vocals that repeatedly charm the blogosphere, their songs evoke images of hazy summer days and young love. Their sun-drenched pop songs have garnered attention from numerous media outlets including NYLON, BlackBook and Impose. Their sophomore LP titled ‘Here To Fade’ is released with Bleeding Gold Records on July 29th, 2016. The 10-song album is available as a limited edition colored gatefold vinyl 12″(blue/white swirl and grey), as well as CD and digital format.
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BG082 | BG083

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 9, 2014 by bleedinggold

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Aunt Sis started as the bedroom recording project of Justin Morris, utilizing live vocal looping and melodic guitar progressions to imply something larger. Based in Asheville, North Carolina, Aunt Sis now continues this aesthetic as an amplified three piece, with fellow Bleeding Gold members Will Flaugher of Petey, and Justin Hrabovsky of The Sweets.

LIMITED EDITION of 250 pro-dubbed cassettes featuring full-color, 4-panel j-cards and fancy wrap-around outersleeves. ‘9 Tracks’ contains the previously released EP “Winnebago” (Aunt Sis/Blois).

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People//Talk formed in a pub in January of 2012 under the original name of So Sexual.

What started out as a few friends who had previously played in bands together thinking that maybe it’d be fun to write a bunch of songs and play a gig (which they did in the space of the first month), has 2 years later proven to have a little more longevity than any of them might have anticipated.

Within that time frame the band now known as People//Talk has developed their own distinct identity, drawing upon elements of post/punk and new wave whilst delivering a contemporary, accessible sound.

For those who are already familiar with and enjoyed the bands previous works as ‘So Sexual’ you will be pleased to find that a change of name doesn’t mean a departure from the overall sound.

CDr pressed in UK with fancy gatefold DIGIPACK jackets.

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