Woodleigh Research Facility: The Phoenix Suburb (and Other Stories)

Woodleigh Research Facility: The Phoenix Suburb (and Other Stories)

Woodleigh Research Facility: The Phoenix Suburb (and Other Stories)

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: The Phoenix Suburb (and Other Stories)
Artist: Woodleigh Research Facility
Label: Rotters Golf Club
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 809651402115
Genre: Rock

The Phoenix Suburb is the sound of Andrew Weatherall (THE ASPHODELLS) and Nina Walsh taking a disgruntled sine wave for a walk, throwing it sticks, skimming it on a rough sea and scrunching it up and leaving it at the bottom of a bag over a long weekend. It's trying to cheer up D minor with ball games and scrabble, puppet shows with tutu'd ponies and frizzy haired gonks and clips of cavorting kittens before giving up and crushing it between rocks mined by sobbing orphans. It's loading the hum kick and the ticky snare on a tandem and pushing them down the stairs. It's the final note of Mahler's 11th heard through an iphone's earbuds then told it's parents had died but why it should dance the polka anyway because life, of sorts, still goes on. Vinyl only edition of 1,000 copies.

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