Yeah I heard how big it was in the UK but I heard the new album is quite different from "moon safari" because there were too many clone groups i.e. Zero 7, Lemon Jelly, Royskopp etc that copied themOriginally posted by Northernsoul
I was working for vital distribution in Bristol when “Moon safari” came out. The album was so ground breaking and incredibly moving that it became the sound track for living for most of the clubbers in 98. I was not aware there was a new Air album out; I am looking forward to hearing it. Since you like them, maybe check out the works of “John Barry”, one of the duo’s mutual influences. Barry is responsible for the scores to classic spy flicks etc of the late 70’s and even earlier.
Originally posted by atomic
oi thanks for the reminder. read a review a week or so ago, I think in eye. they said it retained some elements of moon safari, but mostly goes in some new directions.
hafta get my ass into HMV and pick it up.
kool house? fuckballs, that's going to be laaaaame. i'd pay a small fortune to see them at massey hall or something.Originally posted by Vote Quimby
Heard something about an April date at KH.
Got to go pick this up. Make it my 4th Air disc.
Thanks, but I already have it. And Moon Safari and the soundtrack they did for the Virgin Suicides and Premier Symptomes.Originally posted by JESuX
kool house? fuckballs, that's going to be laaaaame. i'd pay a small fortune to see them at massey hall or something.
i'll give you my copy of 10 000 mhz legend if you don't already have it Brett. it's a bit scuffed up though. practicing vodoo curses, playing frisbee with it, and sacrificing it to the gods of suck. i guess it paid off though!
one of those names ive never had a sit down session with...heard great things thoughOriginally posted by feisty boy
and anyone who likes air should check telefon tel aviv - their new album is 'a map of what is effortless'.
their production is far better than air's, imo, although on a more lush and cinematic tip.