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wallscenery demos

wallscenery demos

wallscenery demos


wallscenery demos is an indie-pop music project fronted by james hicken that was realized in Toronto during the mid 2000s. The self-titled independent release (april 08) was praised as a concept album that played seamlessly from beginning to end. Aside from a supporting show for Jay Sad and Ex-Po and a few acoustic appearances by james with northwest division after its release, the debut album was largely promoted by word of mouth as well as reviews and features in music publications/blogs. Read more on Last.fm
wallscenery demos is an indie-pop music project fronted by james hicken that was realized in Toronto during the mid 2000s. The self-titled independent release (april 08) was praised as a concept album that played seamlessly from beginning to end. Aside from a supporting show for Jay Sad and Ex-Po and a few acoustic appearances by james with northwest division after its release, the debut album was largely promoted by word of mouth as well as reviews and features in music publications/blogs.   Currently splitting time between Toronto and New York City, wsd are set to release the 2nd album entitled check this! in September of 2009. The album includes pop hooks, atmospheric sounds, samples from city life in Toronto and New York, as well as complex sonic textures.

check this! uses thematic interludes to tie songs together to create an atmosphere heavy album meant for listening to as a whole. Influences - guided by voices, lee scratch perry, neil young, al tuck, galaxie500, madlib, eels, noise, feedback, samples. 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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