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SIMON PILER

  • 11.28.13
    Sonoriferous Simon Piler SIMON PILER | Comments Off
    "Sonoriferous Simon Piler" by Simon Piler and The Atom Band Free download: sonoriferous-simon-piler Pining for some Simon Piler? Well pine no more. After two years radio silence, everybody's favourite noumenologist is back with a shiny new album full of experimental scratchy heart-warming folk songs that sound like they were recorded in a log cabin at the top of a snowy mountain. Possibly because they were. There is much to love, including the wonderful "truth" (co-written with Brendon Hertz) and the excellent instrumental "savor/thoth", and like all good Simon Piler downloads, there's a nifty future tea-stained lyric and picture booklet for you to print ...
  • 02.02.12
    Simon Piler – ground QUIXODELIC RECORDS, RELEASES, REVIEWS, SIMON PILER | Comments Off
    Download Simon Piler's 'ground' for free at: quixodelic.com/site/ground Here you go. First Quixodelic Record of 2012 in association with the excellent New Radish, and it's my dear friend Simon Piler singing to you 6 songs of this-worldly folk-blues all the way from sunny Alaska. While the Daydream Generation continues to fade away and yours truly attempts to gather his bearings over the edge of the world, our interstellar lo-fi roster of acts are still obviously out there doing what they do. Neat little records like 'ground' are the sort of thing that makes me remember why once upon a time I loved ...
  • 02.13.11
    Simon Piler – Lo Swing of the Earth QUIXODELIC RECORDS, RELEASES, REVIEWS, SIMON PILER | Comments Off
    Free download: quixodelic.com/site/lo-swing-of-the-earth/#more-708 Many things go hand in hand: I won't waste your time by listing them here but I will however waste it by introducing you to a new combination, namely Simon Piler and the Spring. Coincidently, two of my favourite things. The latter I like because it happens immediately after that darkest of seasons. It says 'You have survived another year.' I like Simon Piler's music for many more reasons, most of which I have expounded somewhere along the line. For those of you new to these parts however, let me summarise it thus - pure lo-fi, folk-thriller, imaginary dancing, ...
  • 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 ...