There is a strong legacy, however, in terms of recordings: 1999: 'Ola' EP - mostly-improvised at The Sickroom Studios - additional players included Elissa Ross and Tim Wilton. 'Ola' included PostaLowa's first single: '17,000,000 Waltzes', which was released on SGC in 2000. 2000: 'Everything That Connects You' LP - another sickroom recording, more song-based. Includes the quintessential 'John Wilson Lightbeam Ponytrek'. 2002: 'A Little Proof/How I Learned To Fight' 7" - second 7" release on SGC... more shoegazey/poppy than earlier work. 2003: 'To See It' LP - PostaLowa's finest and most eclectic offering.
includes the epic 'Note To Self' and single 'Why So Grrrl?'. One of the scattiest and strangely uncomfortable listening experiences you're likely to have. 2005: 'The Last Hurrah of the Westone Concorde' mini-LP - never actually released, but the most conventional-sounding record the band made. Then they split up. Someone said they should do a reunion show.
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