Sunday, April 22, 2007


I love that there are still random little known bands just ticking by that can stilll get me all psyched and interested. They don't come with any hipster accolades or remixes. Doesn't look like any A&R brats are chasing them down. To be honest I don't know much about Superimposers . Two guys originally from Devon, now in London. They self released several 7"'s and then a singles collection that Boom Kat ("the aural equivalent of Ketamine-laced Rainbowdrops"!) and Rough Trade seemed to like. They're a bit Byrds, a bit Beatles.. a dash of Doves, maybe some Teenage Fanclub. Real good lazy melodies.. I hear it was all summer in London this weekend. This will go down a treat.

The Superimposers-Shadows

The Superimposers-Would It Be Impossible

They are playing the beyond bucolic sounding 'Lounge on the Farm' festival-I'd drop by if I happened to wandering past Canterbury on July 13th.
(Thanks to Rish over at Being Beta for the tip on this one.)


Blogger Rish said...

It's a fine, fine record peeps. And was nigh on perfect for the semi-summer we're having over here at the mo.

3:10 AM  
Blogger Tim said...

Yup tis good.
They were on those We Love you compilations a couple of years ago

4:36 AM  

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