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BECKY N

  • 09.22.10
    The Utica Flower Company 2.0 BECKY N, QUIXODELIC RECORDS, RELEASES, SIMON PILER, THE WHEELIES, WARCHALKING | (2)
    (Finally) Available for free download! here: http://quixodelic.com/site/category/the-utica-flower-company/ Okay, let's do this again... A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UTICA FLOWER COMPANY2.0 Through the winter of 2006 and spring of 2007 I made a lo-fi psychedelic-pop record called 'The Utica Flower Company' with three guys from Cozy Home Records - Paul Burnout (The Real Burnouts), Bobby Rogan (Fig Mints of Your Imagination), and Luke Humann (Arthur Rules). It wasn't released until a year later through the Cozy Home, but looking back I'm still very fond of that haphazard little collaboration. The title track on the record was about a secret basement beneath a flower shop where 'revolutionary ...
  • 11.17.09
    100 Questions: BECKY N BECKY N, INTERVIEWS, QUIXODELIC RECORDS | Comments Off
    The one and only Becky N... 1 You can take one record to a desert island for the rest of your life - what would it be? Crooked Rain Crooked Rain – Pavement. I will NEVER get sick of this. 2 Who is your favourite artist? Too many! Miranda July. Kim Gordon. Greg Spalenka. Nate Lowman! Continue Reading...
  • 10.17.09
    Invisible Box-Set – Reviews BECKY N, JAMES REDMOND, QUIXODELIC RECORDS, REVIEWS, SIMON PILER, THE FALLING FLOORS, THE REAL BURNOUTS, THE WHEELIES, UBERFUZZ | Comments Off
    Reviews of the 15 records that made up The Invisible Box-Set: THE REAL BURNOUTS - "Fully Involved EP" 2009 may well very prove to be the year of the Real Burnout. Where all around us musicians we have loved and listened very closely to, run out of songs, pack up their guitars, slump into funks, and throw in the novelty musical note towel, on the American side of the Atlantic Ocean, in the little city of Utica, The Real Burnouts have been down in the basement cooking up records. This year alone we've already seen the following - two full-length records "Post ...
  • 02.03.09
    Becky N: Biography BECKY N, INTERVIEWS, QUIXODELIC RECORDS | Comments Off
    1 When did you start writing/recording music in your present form? About two years ago. I had been playing music for a while but the thought of writing, let alone recording anything I wrote myself seemed like the worst kind of ridiculousness. Eventually I was emotional enough to do it, and in the heat of the moment recorded 'Pink Flowers', my first song. 2 Where did you get your band/artist name from & what does it mean? What's your real name if I can use it? I wish I had a good band name, I'm always trying to think of one but I ...