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All India Radio return to the lush atmospheric and instrumental music of earlier albums on the bands new album A Low High. Special guests include Graham Lee (The Triffids) on pedal steel guitar, Jen Anderson on strings and some evocative ambient sounds from Australian rock legend Ed Kuepper (The Saints and now Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds guitarist).
The last few years have been very busy for All India Radio with an ARIA nomination, signing to legendary Chicago label Minty Fresh, a US tour and a collaboration with Australian music legend Steve Kilbey (The Church) who wrote the magical 'Under The Milky Way' (rediscovered by the world in the hit movie 'Donnie Darko’).
5 facts about All India Radio
* 2009 marks the 10th anniversary of All India Radio and A Low High is the band’s 6th studio album
* All India Radio have worked with Steve Kilbey (The Church), Graham Lee (The Triffids), Ed Kuepper (The Saints) and have remixed David Bridie (Not Drowning Waving) among others.
* Their music has featured on TV shows including The Recruits, Bondi Rescue, One Tree Hill, SBS TV’s The Passionate Apprentices, Big Brother, Kenny’s World and feature films including Sicko (Michael Moore), Till Human Voices Wake Us, Puppy
* Their music has been used in advertising campaigns for Telstra and USA animal rights organization PETA’S worldwide campaign against animal cruelty
* Albums have been licensed to countries including USA, China and the Philippines
With barely perceptible shades of triphop sound experimentation, moody folk, and brightly shining feminine atmosphere, Fall can easily be classified as one of 2008's most beautiful albums - properlychilled.com
Fall is hauntingly beautiful. The lyrics capture you like a burst of lightening in the distance...be careful, the music will capture you like a menacing but beautiful storm. - blogcritics.org
Here’s one to seek out. All India Radio are a Melbourne outfit that have been around for ages quietly making some of the most interesting and assured music in this city...The End Or Near could be Melbourne’s Unfinished Sympathy or Sour Times, it’s that good - Melbourne Magazine
In a word - beautiful. Thats the adjective for the latest AIR release. You'll feel it, you'll believe it - Life really is easy. Neat-o - Getamungstit
The final song Axphixciate gives the album an Australian feel and demonstrates the band's intoxicating qualities. – The Age EG