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Indifference Face

by Signor Groove

Wacky garage pop a la Beck meets They Might Be Giants.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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1. Weathervane Theme
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2. Our Lady of Levittown
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3. Sugar Dish
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4. The Spectre of Indifference
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5. Daisy Eyes Alone
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6. Robotic Arms
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7. Exsoviet
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8. South Dakota Song
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9. Weathervane
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10. Indifferent Face
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11. Organs and Flesh
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12. Breakfast in Cuba
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13. Standard Grace
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14. Monument Valley
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15. Armando es el Homre
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16. Mother Hen
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17. Trivial Things
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18. Natural Autumn
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Signor Groove's debut album is an hour-long, Zappa-esque, avant-pop assault. Eighteen album tracks produced over the course of 15 months, largely with beats supplied by an early 1990's model Dr. Rhythm drum machine. Only 1000 were packaged in cardboard sleeves with a paper lyrics insert (future releases will be in a standard jewel case) so this is bound to become an eBay collectible. Really. The album features longtime Signor Groove collaborator Misterholmes as well as Zach Lansdowne of the legendary Northwest indie pop band The Purdins. Franz Gilbertson's much-heralded cover art says it all: Hand-crafted. Shoe-string budget. Independent. Catchy. Epic. Silly.


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Les Cavanaugh

A little long, but fun to listen to
"Indifference Face" reminds me of old They Might Be Giants. This guys seems to like his drum machine. The songs are quirky & poppy, and they stick in your head. One tune, "Daisy Eyes Alone" is this jazzy song kind of like something off Abbey Road or something Steely Dan would do.

Anyway, I like it. It's fun to listen to. It's a pretty long CD (18 songs). I think shorter would be better, especially when you're listening to a drum machine for an hour. But I'd recommend it if you like quirky pop.

Joanna Urrego

The Zappa of our time?
Magnificent lyrics. A mosaic of highly unusual, artful, and unexpected transitions. There is no genre to explain the work of this artist. Utterly undanceable, save for Pee-Wee Herman style. Songs end sounding nothing like they did when they started. Delightful, provocative.Long intros often deceptively unlike songs they precede.