Paristetris | Honey Darlin'

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Honey Darlin'

by Paristetris

This is an experimental pop album for the masses. Produced by Eddie Stevens, keyboardist of Moloko. It is an experiment on enriching a lo-fi sound with intricate cosmic details. It is louder than the previous Paristetris album and perhaps more dramatic
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Lay Your Pink Lights
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2. Dolphins Crash Against the Rocks Because Everything Is So Tremendous
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3. Sponge
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4. Generic Man
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5. Join This Club
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6. Baby Feels Like Shit
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7. Plum & Grape
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8. Death Song
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Album Notes
"Honey Darlin'" is the second album of the band. It was recorded in 2010. Band members are Candelaria Saenz Valiente (lead vocalist), Bartek Tycinski (guitar/bass), Marcin Masecki (synths), Maciej Morus (drums) and guest Eddie Stevens (synths).

"Paristetris doesn't quite look or sound like anyone else. The closest thing that springs to mind is probably Deerhoof, due to their incredibly tight playing and ability to turn on a sixpence, shifting time signature and tempo with seeming ease, as well as singer Candelaria Vallente's absurdist, cut-up lyrics. But they're far poppier in tone and texture, if not in compositional style - resplendent in a bright yellow superhero suit, Vallente's voice runs the gamut from folksy meow to histrionic bellow, drowned in salvoes of chart-friendly, almost trancey synth. It's a bizarre combination, to be sure, but it works, especially alongside anime-heavy live visuals. Even without the Manga and videogame clips projected onto the wall behind them, there's something very Japanese about their ability to simulate total, primary coloured sensory overload. Imagine Melt Banana's explosive hissy fits contained within fractured art-pop and you're somewhere nearby. Either way, it has an electrifying effect on a crowd hiding from an almighty thunderstorm outside the Experimental Tent." by Rory Gibb for Drowned in Sound


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