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Pastel Collision

Pastel Collision

Pastel Collision


The Pastel Collision were an indiepop band from the UK. They releases three 7" singles and a cdsingle on Spirit of '86, Bilberry Records and Siesta Records. They later formed Kaleida The following is their own official biography: "Okay, so between 1994 and 1998, me and my friends made some indie pop records under the names Pastel Collision and Kaleida. They were summery and indiepop, some with jangly guitars and trumpets, some with drum machines and sequencers in a lo-fi St Etienne, budget-Eurovision kind of vibe. Read more on Last.fm
The Pastel Collision were an indiepop band from the UK. They releases three 7" singles and a cdsingle on Spirit of '86, Bilberry Records and Siesta Records. They later formed Kaleida The following is their own official biography: "Okay, so between 1994 and 1998, me and my friends made some indie pop records under the names Pastel Collision and Kaleida. They were summery and indiepop, some with jangly guitars and trumpets, some with drum machines and sequencers in a lo-fi St Etienne, budget-Eurovision kind of vibe.

We were/are pop fans; we wanted to make music that sounded like, in another universe, it might actually be in the charts. We were from London, Preston and Manchester (England). We played 13 gigs in our lives. We got played on John Peel, Mark Radcliffe and Terry Christian’s radio shows.

Once, we were record of the week on Radio Belgium. We had a lot of big ideas, a specific pop ideal and a budget of buttons. Small buttons." 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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