Ah 2011. What a year. It probably won’t go down in musical history like 1977 (Sex Pistols), or 1995 (Britpop), 1963 (The Beatles) or dammit, even 2004 (X Factor), but we’ve still had a bloody good time listening to music, getting all fired up on the thrill of a good melody and a banging riff.Continue reading “Two Thousand And Eleven – top year”
‘This is my life/ as the world turns to 3am/ spinning round, there’s no hope’ sings Jeremy Warmsley of Summer Camp, caught in an unending party loop, the futility and frustrations of life are captured on the Chris Boyle directed Down better than a sepia tone camera could. Released today (Monday 7th November) on Moshi Moshi.
Because making an utterly gorgeous simmering album isn’t enough, Summer Camp, the London duo made up of Elizabeth Sankey and Jeremy Warmsley have crafted an accompanying zine. As cinematically tinged as their music, it is full of handwritten notes, typewriter lists, photos taken unaware, and musings of the soul. Heart. Welcome To Condale will beContinue reading “Summer Camp craft Welcome To Condale 'zine”