Tag Archives: Still Corners

Ville à Dômat #238: ‘Do It Yourself’

La cultura del Do It Yourself impera dins l’escena indie d’avui en dia. Nosaltres també seguim aquesta corrent i avui Divus Julius estrenarà el més nou de The Dandy Warhols, Cut Copy,, Weezer, Grimes, Sade o Echo and the Bunnymen. A més us presentarem a nous artistes com Biig Piig, Puma Blue, Tversky, Haiku Hands, The Snuts o The Marías. També tota la informació sobre les noves confirmacions del Vida Festival, Let’s Festival, Sónar Festival, Mad Cool Festival i Doctor Music Festival.
Dilluns 19h 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômar: Do It Yourself
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Music by Bergman: Still Corners

Underrated U.K/U.S. synth dark-pop duo Still Corners will present tonight their new album, Slow Air.  This time around, the duo of vocalist Tessa Murray and songwriter/producer Greg Hughes were drawing inspiration from a new set of life circumstances. Historically based in London, they moved to the States and wrote Slow Air in the hills outside Austin, discovering new sounds in the thickness of a Texan summer.  Tonight at Razzmatazz 3.

Ville à Dômat # 237: ‘Music for the people’

Cada dilluns us punxem el més nou de la música indie. Nous artistes, noves bandes, les novetats més recents i la millor música. Divus Julius Bonasera ens porta el més nou de The Vaccines, The Chemical Brothers, The Smashing Pumpkins, ASAP. Rocky,.Leon Bridges o Black Honey. A més us descobrim a Sunni Colón, Lucia, Miya Folick o Crewel Intentions. També repassarem l’extensa agenda de concerts d’aquesta setmana: Johnny Marr, Still Corners, John Parish, U.S. Girls, Mavi Phoenix o The KVB entre d’altres. Us informarem sobre les noves condirmacions del Festival Cruïlla i del cartell del Festival Cara•B
Dilluns 19h 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: Music for the people

Ville à Dômat #217: ‘Over’n’Over’

Avui comença la 7na Temporada del programa de música indie més cool del planeta Terra. Divus Julius Bonasera i els seus tornen després d’una pretemporada exòtica a Bali amb més nova música. Repassarem el darrer disc de King Krule. Punxarem els nous discs de Spring King, The Kooks, Still Corners, Wild Nothing o Interpol. A més, us presentarem a Ben Khan, Mild Orange o Hala i estrenarem el retorn de Soft Cell.
Dilluns 19h 100.5FM Radio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: Over’n’Over

Hit of the week: Still Corners ‘Black Lagoon’

In past years, Still Corners were a London-based synth-pop duo. But ahead of their newly announced fourth album Slow Air, they made some changes. Now based in Woodstock, NY, the group’s stateside phase first began in Austin, where songwriter/producer Greg Hughes and vocalist Tessa Murray relocated to work on new music. The resulting album is thematically and aesthetically indebted to their new surroundings; they cite the deep, suffocating heat of a Texan summer as the inspiration for the title Slow Air.

Accordingly, Slow Air might turn out to have a more organic, sun-drenched sound than their past work. “We wanted to hear beautiful guitar and drums and an otherworldliness, something almost indefinable along with a classic song writing vibe,” Murray said of their ambitions going into the album. “We’re always trying to get the sound we hear inside of ourselves, so we moved fast to avoid our brains getting in the way too much. The name Slow Air evokes the feel of the album to me, steady, eerie and beautiful.”

Along with the announcement, Still Corners shared Slow Air’s lead single “Black Lagoon” as well as an accompanying video that they shot themselves with a handheld camera. The video splices performance footage with clips of the band traveling through Texas, Arizona, and California, through the desert and to the ocean “in search of a lost Eden.” The whole thing has a vintage quality to it, a sort of lived-in brightness burning inside the images.

It’s a fitting pairing with the song itself, which seems to be a pretty good summation of what Still Corners were going for with Slow Air. There’s still synthesizers and a certain atmospheric shimmer at play, but it’s deployed in a specific way: Listening to “Black Lagoon” totally conjures up the Texan summer, as well as ambling, endless journeys through the American desert. Dominated by mirage-like guitars and Murray’s hazily sighing vocals, it’s got the sound of a road song — the kind of song that drives forward but also feels as if it may evaporate at any moment just like the landscapes tumbling by at your side.

Ville à Dômat #226: ‘Feels Like Summer’

Acomiadem la 6na temporada amb bona música. Abracem l’estiu en aquest últim programa de temporada. Divus Julius Bonasera estrenarà el més nou de The Lemon Twigs, Still Corners, Childish Gambino, The Internet o Gruff Rhys i us descobriem a nous artistes com Gently Tender, Grand Pax, Bifannah, Lamine Pet Animal, Mattiel o Haux. Repassarem els concerts de la setmana especialment els de Future Islands i Black Rebel Motorcycle Club i us innformarem sobre el FIB.

Dilluns 19h 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Vella 100.5FM

Ville à Dômat: Feels Like Summer

Ville à Dômat #146: Indie Addictes

A Ville à Dômat som addictes a l’indie. La Musa torna per explicar-nos el millor del Vida Festival. A més, us ho explicarem tot sobre el Festival Cruïlla que tindrà lloc a Barcelona el proper cap de setmana. Divus Julius Bonasera entrevistarà a Eduard Berraondo, cap de comunicació de l’ Open Camp  el primer parc lúdic d’esports d’Europa situat a Montjuïc. Punxarem el més nou de Disclosure Blood Orange White Lies The Strokes Devendra Banhart Parquet Courts o The Hillbilly Moon Explosion. Seguirem analitzant les conseqüències del Brexit en el món de la música i sabrem què en pensen els artistes britànics.
Dilluns 6.45pm 100.5FM
Ville à Dômat: Indie Addictes.