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    Here's a nice interview with the guys.


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    Cant wait for the new one. Love all his music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Jarrod is also a member of I Monster, that just made a new album "Bright Sparks", a concept album in which every tune features a classic instrument (read: Mellotron, Moog, etc.)
    I guess this one was also mentioned in the New releases-thread.
    Just noticed (while searching for an album-cover for some other thread over here ) there's also an instrumental version of "Bright Sparks", but it's a download only so it seems: https://imonster.bandcamp.com/album/...s-instrumental

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Just noticed (while searching for an album-cover for some other thread over here ) there's also an instrumental version of "Bright Sparks", but it's a download only so it seems: https://imonster.bandcamp.com/album/...s-instrumental
    Thanks man!

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    Jarrod and Dean did a mix-album as I Monster in 2009, called The Art Of Chill 6, which contains a lot of wonderful progressive artists, like Happy The Man and Goblin:

    Tracklist
    Dean
    1.1 –Mort Garson I've Been Over The Rainbow 2:14
    1.2 –Large Number Pink Jazz 2:58
    1.3 –Count Lasher with Lynn Taitt & The Baba Brooks Band Hooligans 2:44
    1.4 –I Monster The Best (Speak N Spell Mix) 3:41
    1.5 –Raymond Scott Cindy Electronium 2:01
    1.6 –Magazine Parade 5:07
    1.7 –Suicide Cheree 4:12
    1.8 –Goblin Dr. Frankenstein 3:23
    1.9 –Tonto's Expanding Head Band Tranquillium 5:54
    1.10 –The Velvet Underground Pale Blue Eyes 5:39
    1.11 –Tim Buckley Song To The Siren 3:22
    1.12 –Siouxsie And The Banshees* Lunar Camel 2:52
    1.13 –HK119 Space Pt 2 4:16
    1.14 –I Monster The Plague Village 3:52
    1.15 –Yazoo Winter Kills 4:01
    1.16 –The Shangri Las* Past Present & Future 2:44
    1.17 –Kings Have Long Arms The Plastic Weed (Who Bought?) 3:19
    Jarrod
    2.1 –Happy The Man Starborne 4:25
    2.2 –Big Eyes Magic Sparks 2:10
    2.3 –Third Ear Band Fleance (2003 Digital Remaster) 3:56
    2.4 –Between Song For Two 2:48
    2.5 –Skywatchers (2) Soul Baptist 3:28
    2.6 –I Monster Interlude #1 0:50
    2.7 –Anna Själv Tredje Mossen 4:50
    2.8 –Bo Hansson Lothlorien (2002 Digital Remaster) 4:13
    2.9 –Dionne Brégent* Chant D'Espoir (Soliste Pauline Vaillancourt) 3:29
    2.10 –I Monster Interlude #2 1:14
    2.11 –The Specials International Jet Set 5:36
    2.12 –Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Almost 3:46
    2.13 –Cibo Matto Clouds 3:22
    2.14 –The High Llamas The Click And The Fizz 4:14
    2.15 –I Monster Early Morning Robot 3:07
    2.16 –I Monster Interlude #3 0:44
    2.17 –Gentle Giant Black Cat 3:49
    2.18 –Michael Nesmith & The Second National Band You Are My One 3:48
    2.19 –Beaver & Krause Walkin' 2:34

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    sounds good. They remind me a lot of modern british band Trojan Horse.

  7. #32
    The new album is up for pre-order:

    https://regalworm.bandcamp.com/album/pig-views

    Multi-instrumentalism, side-filling epic about Swedish vampires, double pink vinyl, absolutely wonderful cover art by that Varrod Goblink guy, limited edition CD box with badges, toy piggy etc - what's not to get excited about?
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    ^ "A panoply of borborygmic bliss and simultaneous sonic febrile compositions, dealing with the usual variety of subject matter, from Nordic vampire folk tales, potential antichrists, volcanoes, the sun to a ghostly doomed love affair. All the important stuff. "

    I'm in.
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    It looks like Greg Walker stocks the previously released CDs.

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    Need to check it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Need to check it out.
    Me too. The only stuff by Regal Worm that I have is the A Small Collection of Big Suites album that came out back in 2014 (I think). Bought the deluxe edition that came with a little paper bag of licorice allsorts.

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    ^ The billing is a bit confusing, but it's not new Regal Worm - this is a separate project with Jarrod on vintage organs and drums and Cecilia Fage on vocals, kinda psych folk. Pretty nice stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by polmico View Post
    Funny. This album was released in 2017 (see: https://cobaltchapel.bandcamp.com/album/cobalt-chapel)
    Good to bring it to the attention of Regal Worm-fans this way though.

    Personally I was more excited about The Skywatchers Handbook by Skywatchers: https://skywatchersmusic.bandcamp.co...chers-handbook

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Funny. This album was released in 2017 (see: https://cobaltchapel.bandcamp.com/album/cobalt-chapel)
    Good to bring it to the attention of Regal Worm-fans this way though.

    Personally I was more excited about The Skywatchers Handbook by Skywatchers: https://skywatchersmusic.bandcamp.co...chers-handbook
    It showed up in my email inbox, so I figured I’d pass it along. Definitely sounds like I’ll like it. I’ll give Skywatchers a listen, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post

    Personally I was more excited about The Skywatchers Handbook by Skywatchers: https://skywatchersmusic.bandcamp.co...chers-handbook
    Thanks for the reminder. I had it on my Discogs watchlist, so I must have come across it earlier, but had not checked it out. After listening to tracks on the Bandcamp page, I ordered before I forget again.
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    Just noticed Jarrod (and Dean Horner) are also involved in Mzylkypop's "Kiedy Wilki Zawyja", a project (about England in 2030) by former Clock DVA-member Mick Somerset Ward:
    https://mzylkypop.bandcamp.com/releases

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