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JANE GILMORE

  • 12.23.09
    The White (Christmas) Album COMRADES, FEATURES, FIG MINTS, JAMES REDMOND, JANE GILMORE, RELEASES, THE FALLING FLOORS, THE WHEELIES, UBERFUZZ | Comments Off
    Immediately after the Invisible Box-Set, Jolan from the Falling Floors joked with me that we should do a collective cover of the entire White Album, and I thought 'You know, that's not as funny as it sounds.' The two main stumbling blocks were that 1. I didn't know 30 folk who would be up for it, and 2. I was totally fucked from the behemoth invisible box. But for a laugh and out of curiosity I put out the feelers anyway, adding the 'Christmas' part with the idea that the project would be done in time for the 25th December. Thankfully ...
  • 11.12.09
    100 Questions: JANE GILMORE INTERVIEWS, JANE GILMORE, QUIXODELIC RECORDS | Comments Off
    So before we bow out, here's a series of interview/questions with all your favourite stars and starlets from the various Daydream Generation and Quixodelic Records projects in the last two and a half years. Let's get this ball a-rollin with none other than singer-songwriter-philosophizing-marine-biologist-and-baking-maestro JANE GILMORE. 1 You can take one record to a desert island for the rest of your life - what would it be? Blue by Joni Mitchell Continue Reading...
  • 02.03.09
    Jane Gilmore: Biography INTERVIEWS, JANE GILMORE, QUIXODELIC RECORDS | Comments Off
    1 When did you start writing/recording music in your present form? Sometime in 2007. 2 Where did you get your band/artist name from & what does it mean? What's your real name if I can use it? Jane Gilmore comes from Jane (which generally stands for female anonymity and also British romantic era novels' heroines) and Gilmore (which is my real life middle name). I made my psuedonym because I don't want crazy internet stalkers killing me. I'm paranoid, but that's part of who I am. 3 How would you describe your music to someone that has never heard you? Folk-ish, but plain and simple with ...
  • 09.26.08
    20 Questions: JANE GILMORE INTERVIEWS, JANE GILMORE, QUIXODELIC RECORDS | (1)
    www.myspace.com/janegilmore 1 What inspired you to start writing your own songs? Jane: Bob Dylan, hard to pin-point   2 What are your favourite albums? Jane: That's tough. Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer? by Of Montreal (going to a concert for them Nov. 1st!), definitely Graceland by Paul Simon, Odelay by Beck, and I'm going to cut myself off at Transatlanticism by Death Cab for Cutie   3 What instruments do you play? Jane: I play the guitar technically, but my vocal skills far surpass anything I do on that.   4 If you could be an inanimate object for a day what would you be? Jane: Um... probably a ...