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Oldfolks Home

Oldfolks Home

Oldfolks Home


Blending everyday noise, Oldfolks Home creates a unique intermingle of symphonic soundscapes with intense rhythms, heavy bass and light, robotic voices. Lasers, bird-like guitars and telephone tones are complimented by whispering waves, applause and playful bells. Clanging racket and bottle cap shakers are used to fashion beautiful pattern, while the sequenced pace makes you want to dance and shake your hands. Lyrics about ice slides, Japan, and inviting your employees on trips to Vegas will provoke you into the complex Read more on Last.fm
Blending everyday noise, Oldfolks Home creates a unique intermingle of symphonic soundscapes with intense rhythms, heavy bass and light, robotic voices. Lasers, bird-like guitars and telephone tones are complimented by whispering waves, applause and playful bells. Clanging racket and bottle cap shakers are used to fashion beautiful pattern, while the sequenced pace makes you want to dance and shake your hands. Lyrics about ice slides, Japan, and inviting your employees on trips to Vegas will provoke you into the complex, often chaotic Oldfolks Home, where they create aural phenomenon out of things, ideas, and emotions, which may have otherwise been forgotten, thrown out or left behind. Ricardo Lopez-Aguilar is a Winnipeg based producer, sound engineer, and songwriter. His first release as Oldfolks Home, We Are The Feeding Line, highlights a man and his machines (and Rebekah Higgs!) making the kind of celebratory electro-pop that will easily find its way onto your iPod’s playlist between Broken Social Scene and Radiohead.

We are the Feeding Line spent 5 months on Earshot!’s National Campus Charts, charting top 10 on stations from Coast to Coast. “All too often, bloggers complain about albums that are only as good as the single or lack diversity. Oldfolks Home accepts the challenge with well crafted electro hooks that seem incapable of sitting still. He does more in 8 songs than most bands do in a career, but never seems to stretch himself too far. Whether he tugs at your heart strings or makes you want to shake your ass, Ricardo seems ready to give you what you need.” Bryan Acker, Herohill.com 2008 “We Are the Feeling Line is a fiercely adventurous experimental art-pop record that explores sound to the fullest extent.

Lopez-Aguilar crafts his surreal soundscapes using both live instruments and electronically sequenced sounds, making for a record that serves as an interesting exploration of the relationship between musician and machine.” Jen Zoratti, M.A.R.I.A. Quarterly 2008 “This record presents what seems to happen after forgotten ideas are exhumed and revived with a new perspective and an at-long-last energy.” K. R., G. Love Magazine 2008 “[The] intimate charm on We Are The Feeding Line would be hard to miss.

In the end, it's like the pretty pink robot on the cover-electric but with a heart.” Whitney Light, Stylus Magazine 2008 http://www.myspace.com/oldfolkshomemusic Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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