Mr. Solomon sent me a new track to post for you guys, but I gotta ask: did you not heed me last time and get yourself some Science For Girls already? Do not pass go! Do not collect $200! Do not brave my wrath any longer!
I guess there are some folks out there who don’t like trip-hop or electronica, and to them, I say, you must be the ones at the concerts who stand stock still and never move no matter how affecting the song is. You just stare straight ahead, right? Digified and stoic, that’s you. But behind you, there’s some girl who can’t move real well, because she’s hemmed in, but she’s dancing by inches. That’s me, and I’m trying real hard not to smack you in the back, but could you just move up a couple inches, cause you’re spoiling my fun.
Because SFG jumps around between a lot of different sounds, you can first check them out on their myspace or their site, and then head over to Amazon to pick the kind you like. Perhaps “Australia,” which could pass for indie with its sly humor and melancholy sound? Or the wibbly wobbly “You’ll Never Know,” a candidate for Audio Surf if I’ve ever heard one? Or “14 Days,” which might even be a lost Postmarks track? “Peace Heart” has a bomp-ba-bomp beat and “Violets” is just plain gorgeous. Come on, there’s something for everyone here, even you, indie kid whose feet are glued to the floor. Pick ’em up just an inch, put ’em down again. Your knees won’t break.
[ed note — track removed. contact me for a copy.]
Science For Girls — Northern Lights
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