[BadPanda162] Joel Hood – Teardrops
Glad to feature again the dreamy atmospheres by Joel Hood.
“Where clipped guitar rhythms shuffle outwards into luscious stratosphere of a reverb-soaked dystopia. Everything feels faintly contrived, but you’ve nothing to concern yourself with when a song is this damned smooth.”
Joel Hood – Teardrops [mp3]
Where do you live actually?
A small town in the north of England.
What is the last thing you ate?
My own home made pizza. Pretty good too.
Cappuccinos and Air France.
What sound or noise do you love?
There’s a walkway underneath the train station not far from where I live. Along with the rumble of trains coming and going, there’s a weird ambient humming sound that seems to resonate down there, it’s a really nice relaxing sound which I listen to on my way home early in the morning after a night playing records in town with my friend Jimi Apples.
What is your most recent extravagance?
A new microphone, in the hope that it will make me sound better. Doubtful.
“You’ll regret the things you didn’t do” Mark Twain
The Lives Of Others.
The Consolations Of Philosophy.
Which song do you listen to when you wake up?
From The Morning by Nick Drake.
A song you wish you wrote yourself?
Caught Up by Metro Area.
The song to be played at your funeral?
That’s Life by Frank Sinatra.
A song for relaxing on a beach?
Disco Love by Ian Pooley.
Your Sunday morning track?
A Smoothie Robot For My Moon Mansion by Ricky Eat Acid.
Favorite venue or club?
Best concert attended?
Kings Of Convenience, Benicassim in 2005.
Favorite place on earth?
Where would you wish to wake up tomorrow?
Dexa beach on the Greek Island of Ithaca.