Richie Woods is a bedroom pop singer songwriter from New York, NY. …., his debut album “Wow cool” (limited tape edition, 50 copies + mp3) is available on December 15th via atelier ciseaux, order HERE. also… Band Camp, iTunes.
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Ela Orleans – In The Night (alternative version)
from BEKO DSL single, 2011 / written and performed by ela orleans / lyrics: simon hayward / video: movies for ears / recorded and mixed in ridgewood, nyc / mastered by carl clandestine
the video footage comes from “everything for sale” by andrzej wajda (アンジェイ・ワイダ「すべて売り物」1968) and is a tribute to elzbieta czyzewska (エリジビエタ・チゼウスカ, 1938 – 2010). full version of the song appeared on “double feature” (split LP with dirty beaches) released by la station radar + atelier ciseaux and night people in 2011.
|MELTED TOYS / DOMINANT LEGS split 7″
Co-released by Atelier Ciseaux and La Station Radar.
San Francisco’s trio (Steven Harkins on guitar and vocals, Daniel Rosado on guitar, and Brian Wakefield on bass) Melted Toys’ debut 12″ EP”Washed & Dried” EP is available on Underwater Peoples. Dominant legs, also from San Francisco, the duo (Magic Bullets’ guitarist Ryan Lynch former Cosmos/Future Dominant Legs/Girls and Hannah Hunt) has their first EP “Young at Love and Life” and their forthcoming full-length “Invitation” is due out on September 27th via Lefse Records.
Melted Toys – Rose Again by atelier ciseaux
from MELTED TOYS / DOMINANT LEGS split 7″, out now, limited to 300 copies.
ELA ORLEANS – Neverend
from 12″ split LP “Double Feature” (with Dirty Beaches), co-released by La Station Radar (France), Atelier Ciseaux (Canada) and Night people (US), available now. Written and performed by Ela Orleans / Lyrics: Simon HaywardEditing: Asha Kowalik / Camera: Sabrina Lessard / Video: Movies for Ears
Born in Taiwan, Alex Zhang Hungtai (aka Dirty Beaches) grew up in North America. His music brings back to life the forgotten stories of a wild America of the 1960s, stories imprinted on scorched hope. Ela Orleans left her native Poland for Glasgow before settling in the vastness of New York. She takes us on a reverie of splendor and despair. This collection of pensive postcards from NYC is dedicated to night owls feeding on utopia and desolation.