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[BadPanda115] Shenandoah and the Night – So Low So High

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The distinctive Brooklyn based quartet Shenandoah and the Night is a moody pop offering, a haunting, noir-ish sound counter-balanced by bursts of joy and infectious energy, blending and blurring adiverse set of influences that range from the operatic anguish of Nina Simone and Kurt Weill, to the dusky psychedelic sturm und drang of the Doors and Janis Joplin. If you enjoy Anna Calvi, Bat For Lashes, Florence and the Machine, St. Vincent, Warpaint or The National, don’t sleep on this release. Their self-titled debut EP is out on May 15th.

Shenandoah and the Night – So Low So High [mp3]

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Where do you live actually?

Brooklyn, NY

What is the last thing you ate?

Vegetable gyoza’s

Your addiction ?

Hmm, not sure I’ve admitted that one

What sound or noise do you love?

Click, with the tongue and the trumpet

What do you collect?

Ribbon

What is your favorite word?

Yes

Who is the most interesting person you’ve ever met?

My husband

What is your most recent extravagance?

Eating uni at the Chelsea Market

One quote?

“the only thing that’s capital-T True is that you get to decide how you’re going to try to see it. You get to consciously decide what has meaning and what doesn’t. You get to decide what to worship.” David Foster Wallace

One movie?

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

One book?

The Year of Magical Thinking

The song to be played at your funeral?

Nina Simone’s version of You’d Be So Nice to Come Home to

A song you wish you wrote yourself?

House of the Rising Sun

Which song do you listen to when you wake up?

Everlasting Light, Black Keys

A song for relaxing on a beach?

Big White Cloud, John Cale

Your sunday morning track?

Couleur Cafe by Serge Gainsbourg

One website?

http://youtu.be/OAP64i5FLF0

What do you think about music industry?

It’s a bit of a sticky wicket. On the business side, artists tour and play shows to make money, recordings help promote bands and get folks to gigs, maybe you’ll get paid from from a licensing deal etc, but at the end of the day it’s a tough job so you have to love it, love making it.

What about Creative Commons?

‘ve come across it when making music available on Band Camp and never really looked into it beyond that until now. Sounds like a platform that gives artists the choice of whether they will allow access to their concepts to be built upon and re-imagined.

Favorite venue?

The Bijou Theater, Knoxville TN

Favorite concert?

The Extra Action Marching Band, it’s a whole dirty and exhilerating experience

Favorite place in the world?

Mendocino, CA

Where would you wish to wake up tomorrow?

A beach town in Marseille

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Written by badpandarecords

21/02/2012 at 1:56 AM

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