Friday, May 12, 2006

waves come rushing to the shore


It's the weekend and (although I'm not keen to jinx it) there is a chance that we might have a little bit of sunshine here in the UK which means sitting outside with a cold drink in one hand and a paperback book in the other whilst listening to the right kind of music on my fakePod.

What constitutes the right kind of music I hear you ask? For me it's something that doesn't demand that I listen to it whilst still keeping me nicely cocooned. A perfect tune of this type is made by shrift, a Brighton based producer meets vocalist outfit who will undoubtably lull me through the various ice creams and beers that the day will hopefully bring.

shrift - floating city

Visit shrift's website here..

..and go and get their summer packed album of loveliness here

3 comments:

Paul said...

What book are you reading?

Tim Young said...

At the moment I'm reading 'Small World' by David Lodge. What about you?

Jim said...

Hey yeah I thought this neck of the woods could do with more blog nutrients and I wanted to set one up (even though I've actually got exams soon at the moment my posts are my daily revision breaks) also I wanted to promote my radio show a bit more, I've just been listening to your bands stuff its some good lo-fi Walkmen esque stuff as for guest passes well I certainly wouldn't mind. As for promotion there is rough cuts which is a free live night for local bands you'd have to contact felicity.lees@1287am.com as shes the Head of Rough Cuts, its not really a link as such just something I happen to know about.