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Lothar

Lothar

Lothar


Sweden noise pop/shoegazing from Stockholm! Erik Bromö guitar, Mats Ingemansson drums, Daniel Leopold guitar, Olov Lindberg bass, Mattias Persson guitar, tambourine, Nathaly Salas vocals, Daniel Stridh guitar ... http://www.normanrecords.com/archive.php?date=2008-12-19 http://www.myspace.com/lotharsthlm ... Snappy Swedish pop gets an uncharacteristic shoegaze treatment on the debut album by Lothar, a Stockholm 7-piece (4 guitars!) whose sound was purportedly changed when the members set up their rehearsal space next to a whirring Read more on Last.fm
Sweden noise pop/shoegazing from Stockholm! Erik Bromö guitar, Mats Ingemansson drums, Daniel Leopold guitar, Olov Lindberg bass, Mattias Persson guitar, tambourine, Nathaly Salas vocals, Daniel Stridh guitar ... http://www.normanrecords.com/archive.php?date=2008-12-19 http://www.myspace.com/lotharsthlm ... Snappy Swedish pop gets an uncharacteristic shoegaze treatment on the debut album by Lothar, a Stockholm 7-piece (4 guitars!) whose sound was purportedly changed when the members set up their rehearsal space next to a whirring, ticking, and buzzing power station on the outskirts of the city. "...[V]ery very good stuff recalling Blonde Redhead, Stereolab, Pia Fraus and the straightforward end of Deerhoof. The guitars are set to 'noisy', the songs are very catchy and very energetic and the singer is a lady. I'd heartily recommend this to those folks who are rather fond of early Lush records." Clinton @ Norman Records ... Want some noisy, tuneful, shoegazy indie pop from Sweden do you? DO YOU? You don't? Well i'm going to tell you about this CD by Lothar called 'Montgolfier' anyway - I just don't give a feck me.

Its actually very very good stuff recalling Blonde Redhead, Stereolab, Pia Fraus and the straightforward end of Deerhoof. The guitars are set to 'noisy', the songs are very catchy and very energetic and the singer is a lady. I'd heartily recommend this to those folks who are rather fond of early Lush records. I think the label Quince Records might be from Japan as the lyrics are printed in Japanese........

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