[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=”15″]RIYL: post-Soft Machine solo records by Kevin Ayers & Robert Wyatt, jazz guitar chording of Tim Gane/Stereolab, ScottWalker lyrics, overblown arrangements of certain Lee Hazlewood & Serge Gainsbourg LPs, the occasional busy drumming, Smiths singles, Bolan/Bowie/Roxy, more bass lines/less guitar solos, Cate Le Bon quirks, binaural recordings of mid-to-late 70s Lou Reed.[/perfectpullquote]
We’re proud to present a mix by Glass Famine, Chicago band comprised of former members of Casimer & Casimir and Pas/Cal. To date, they released just one single, but what a single it is! Grumbling Bellies is an avant-rock confection that is as complex as it is melodic, equal parts art-rock dissonance and pure pop bliss.
An hour long mix that they compiled is packed to the brim with music spanning multiple decades, genres and even countries! This one got Canadian Beatlemaniacs Klaatu, Boston’s recently united noise rockers Swirlies, some very strange 60s psychedelia/experiments (Tommy James and The Shondells, Jefferson Airplane, T-Rex) and instrumentals created by GF themselves (among many other awesome things).
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