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Flannelgraph Records will release Yuuki Matthews‘ 4-track 12″ record “Funny Morning,” a remix of the song by Richard Swift, as well as two instrumental pieces, “Generations” and “Chrysanthemum (Slow)”. Due out on September 30th. A former member of Crystal Skulls, Seldom, currently a member of The Shins and Teardrops (with Richard Swift), Yuuki Matthews is a Seattle-based via Hollywood (Burbank), Californian musician. …. also he has been known as a contributor of David Bazan (Pedro the Lion) and Sufjan Stevens.
1. Funny Morning (LP Version) 2. Generations
1. Funny Morning (Richard Swift Remix) 2. Chrysanthemum (Slow)
現在、ザ・シンズの新メンバーとして（リチャード・スウィフトとのプロジェクト、ティアドロップスも進行中）、そしてスフィアン・スティーヴンスやデイヴィッド・バザンのコントリビューターとしても知られるシアトルのマルチ・インストゥルメンタリスト、ユーキ・マシューズ（ex. Crystal Skulls, Seldom, Pedro the Lion）。下記の音源は2011年のデジタル・リリースした際の「Funny Morning」で、フランネルグラフ・レコーズから9／30にリリースされる12″には、同曲のスウィフト・リミックスを含む新ヴァージョンが収録されて〼。
from Digital Delivery Device, released 07 June 2011
from Asthmatic Kitty’s “Library Catalog Music” series
released 08 December 2009
original version appeared on Wake Owl‘s latest album “The Private World of Paradise” (produced by Richard Swift), this remix was done by Teardrops (Richard Swift and Yuuki Matthews).
from Bazan Monthly: Volume 1 / Number 2 /August 2014
Produced and Mixed by Yuuki Matthews
Guidance and Mastering by TW Walsh, Artwork by R. Swift
“Two new David Bazan songs will be released every month for the next five months.”
Order, HERE (UNDERTOW).
|Generationals (Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer)|
“Exciting times are upon us — our new record Alix is coming out on September 16 on Polyvinyl Records! We went up to Oregon to record this one with the maniacal genius Richard Swift and we couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.”
Here’s a latest track from Generationals‘ upcoming new full-length album “Alix” (produced by Richard Swift (The Shins, Foxygen, Tennis), out on September 16th via Polyvinyl records. The song ‘Gold Silver Diamond’ reminds me of the same sweet tenderness as Cults.
|Photo by Parker Fitzgerald|
Portland’s Pure Bathing Culture are releasing their first full-length “Moon Tides,” out on August 19th via Memphis Industries (UK) / August 20th via Partisan Records (US).
Pure Bathing Culture:
Daniel Hindman and Sarah Versprille, with Zach Tillman (Pearly Gate Music, and Josh Tillman aka Father John Misty’s brother) plays bass live, Brian Wright plays drums live.
|Photo by Kyle Johnson|
Listen, Seattle’s indie garage/R&B group, Pickwick‘s first single ‘Lady Luck’ (Richard Swift cover, featuring guest vocals from Sharon Van Etten) which is taken from their forthcoming debut full-length “Can’t Talk Medicine” on March 12th via Dine Alone Records. Pre-order, HERE. Pickwick began recording in their living room by their own Grammy winner engineer / multi-instrumentalist Kory Kruckenberg as engineer. And the band recently released a digital EP, “Covers,” including ‘Lady Luck’ with a couple of tunes from Damien Jurado and The Primitives. Available on iTunes.
The band comprises of Galen Disston, Michael Parker, Garrett Parker, Cassady Lillstrom, Alex Westcoat, Kory Kruckenberg.
‘Lady Luck’ was originally appeared on Richard Swift “The Atlantic Ocean” album (Secretly Canadian, 2009)
PICKWICK – Can’t Talk Medicine – Album Trailer
Jagjaguwar’s newest signee, Foxygen is the bi-coastal songwriting duo comprised of Sam France (vocals, Olympia, Wash., 22 years old) and Jonathan Rado (guitar/keyboards, NYC, 22). Foxygen’s Jagjaguwar debut release, “Take The Kids Off Broadway” EP, is set to release on July 24th. Pre-order EP, HERE. Stream the EP in its entirety through their bandcamp.The EP was recorded in Astoria, Queens, NY on Tape and Computer, and mixed by Richard Swift (at National Freedom) and Sam & Rado (at Foxy HQ).
“They are the raw, de-Wes Andersonization of The Rolling Stones, Kinks, Velvets, Bowie, etc. that a whole mess of young people desperately need. They create a sometimes-impressionistic, sometimes-hyper-real portrait of sounds from specific places and times. Yet, it never comes across as anything but absolutely modern music. They bring the manic, freewheeling qualities of an artist like Ariel Pink to those aforementioned influences to make for one of the most refreshing listens of the year.” –Jagjaguwar