Singles Club #6

by Mike Naideau

  • Rok Lok Records

  • Limited Edition Cassette
    Cassette + Digital Album

    Limited to numbered 50 cassettes with hand stamped labels and black & white, numbered j cards.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Singles Club #6 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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A few years ago I started developing a relationship with the Long Island label Life On An Island, a label who I admire a great deal. In some ways I feel our two labels a very alike- we take pride in documenting the music that our friends are creating here on Long Island but also representing a very diverse range of sounds. Most of my dealings with Life On the Island were through Mike Naideau, who also plays in the wonderful band Giant Peach whom you should all be aware of. My first introduction to Naideau's music was however the home recorded music he did under the name of Blood Soda and then later his own name. Naideau has a knack for mixing fuzzy guitar tones, intelligent lyrics, and field recordings to create a borderline brand of psychedelic bedroom pop. In some ways you can certainly see what Naideau does bring creatively to the table in Giant Peach but here you get to witness it do its own thing. In Naideau's entry n the Rok Lok Singles Club he contributes two tracks of fuzzy bedroom art rock/pop that reminds of a cross between Polvo as well Libraness- the solo project of Ash Bowie of Polvo. Limited to numbered 50 cassettes with hand stamped labels and full color j cards.

This is Rok Lok Records #62 and Singles Club #6


released October 1, 2012


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