Thirtyfifth Show Playlist – 20th December 2011 – www.koop.org


PLAY ORDER ARTIST SONG TITLE ALBUM TITLE TIME LABEL COUNTRY YEAR
1 Good Weather For An Airstrike Aurora Underneath The Stars 5.10 Hibernate Recordings England 2011
2 Good Weather For An Airstrike Aurora (Reprise) Underneath The Stars 1.14 Hibernate Recordings England 2011
3 The Eternal Twilight Another Quiet night Another Quiet Day 4.14 Self Released India 2011
4 Sky Flying By A Total Lack Of Understanding What’s The Farthest You Can See 5.54 Self Released USA 2011
5 Sky Flying By Thousand Yard Stare What’s The Farthest You Can See 4.57 Self Released USA 2011
6 Sky Flying By Passing Through Unnoticed What’s The Farthest You Can See 5.05 Self Released USA 2011
7 Matt Stevens Silent Night Silent Night 4.29 Self Released England 2011
8 The Boats with Annabel Keach Once In A Royal Boats City Festive Greetings From Hibernate/Home Normal 2.36 Hibernate/Home Normal England 2011
9 Canyons Of Static Do You Hear What I Hear Christmas EP 5.18 Self Released USA 2011
10 Analecta Trying To Map The Horizon Janus Bifrons 6.17 Honest Empire USA 2011
11 Analecta Just Don’s Look Down Janus Bifrons 5.48 Honest Empire USA 2011

RECORD OF THE WEEK

http://analecta.bandcamp.com/

analecta is an effort to create artistic, inventive music in the vein of instrumental post-rock and post-metal drawing on the collective minds of Calvin Maloney, Kevin Kingery, and Patrick Quigley. Previous experience in bands like doctor!doctor! and Sleep Patterns have brought members together to push each other to grow musically and professionally as artists. In the more than 30 shows within its first six months of existence, analecta has had the pleasure to play with bands such as Native; Paucity; Koji; If These Trees Could Talk; Mose Giganticus; Listener; Sohns; Deadhorse; The Reptilian; Into it, Over it; and many more very talented local and regional musicians. Analecta invites you to come experience moving, modern music created live with feeling and exploration from the comforts of traditional post-rock to the outer reaches of non-traditional instrumentation, electronics, textures, and sounds.

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