Tag Archives: lo-fi

Padna – Burnt Offerings

I’ve missed out Padna‘s Burnt Offerings, that was released at the end of 2012. So I’m happy to announce that for my 2013 end-of-the-year-list, this album is considered by me to be a 2013 album. It deserves that attention. The … Continue reading

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Ariel Pink/R Stevie Moore’s Ku Klux Glam

Comes to think about, how come Ariel Pink and R. Stevie Moore didn’t record an album before? Pink is an obvious follower of Moore’s lo-fiĀ aesthetics, with his weird song structures, and they are both already well known (well, known), and … Continue reading

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Please Lo-Fi Me

Israeli artist Adi Gelbart (AKA just as Gelbart), has made an interesting surprise in the shape of a brilliant album, that is all covers to the first Beatles album – Please Please Me. He took the songs, and arranged them … Continue reading

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