Bluetile Lounge – Lowercase. Label: Summershine – shine-US09, Summershine – shinecd 20. Format: CD, Album.
On Lowercase, Bluetile Lounge simultaneously play host to and subvert genre tropes of slowcore, swapping structure and form for lengthy, ebb and flow sequences in its dreamlike atmosphere, serving as a quiet entry into a style of music characterized by its rebellion against the buzz of alternative rock. On a basic level, the music of Lowercase can be defined by tension and release. The Weight (And the Sea) always seemed like too perfect of a title for the centerpiece track here; Lowercase truly is an album lost at sea. It drifts formlessly for much of its run-time, almost systematically so, only to eventually find something to bind itself to in moments of realized coherence.
Released October 10, 1995.
Bluetile Lounge are an Australian quartet that offer up a solid record with their debut, Lowercase. At first notice, Bluetile Lounge take their direct cues from Codeine, focusing on the slow tempos. Where Codeine tell their rainy day tale in three or four minutes, Bluetile Lounge 's average song clocks in at nine minutes, a detail that may leave some impatient. Two guitars, bass, and drums make up this unit. The guitars provide picking weaves to paint the picture.
Bluetile Lounge was an Australian slowcore band, formed in Perth, Western Australia in 1991. After releasing their debut full-length album, Lowercase, in 1995, Bluetile Lounge signed to the American independent label Smells Like Records, which released the band's second and final LP, Half-Cut, in 1998
This album At A Glance. Lowercase by Bluetile Lounge (1995) Overall rank: 78,091st. BLUETILE LOUNGE - Lowercase - CD - Excellent Condition - RARE Condition: Very Good. Time left: 18d 10h 46m 59s. Ships to: Worldwide. Product prices and availability are.
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Performer: Bluetile Lounge
Recording date: March 11, 1995 - March 14, 1995
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Space Rock
Recording location: Fremantle Masonic Hall
Size MP3: 1369 mb
Size FLAC: 1274 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
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