Video: Correatown – Distillery

  We are still on a high with the recent material by Correatown, that is, last year’s Sleep and other drugs (our review). Today, while we wait for Embrace the Fuzzy Unknown (out Nov. 27 on Highline Records), we are dead excited to bring you the premiere of ‘Distillery’, a brand new video from Sleep and other drugs.  Angela Correa told us about the video “I reached out to Stephanie Lucas, an … Continue reading Video: Correatown – Distillery

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Stream: Correatown – True North

We’ve been fans of the dream pop misadventures (the best kind of adventures!) of Correatown, from the halcyon days of Pleiades  to the sobering Sleep and other drugs, it’s been a great trip. And said trip is still going strong. After a spot of refuelling, Correatown is back with a brand new video, ‘True North’, a little taster of a new album called Embrace the Fuzzy Unknown. The previous … Continue reading Stream: Correatown – True North

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Podcast: Radio Chaneque – Cinco Largos Años

  Si no ven el widget, escúchenlo aquí. If you can’t see the widget, click here.  Cuando pasamos de cierta edad, los años se nos van como agua entre los dedos porque nuestra apreciación del tiempo cambia. De morros teníamos marcadores bien definidos, gracias a las temporadas escolares, periodos de vacaciones y lo que realmente nos emocionaba (Navidad, Cumpleaños, etc.) Dicho eso, lo que sí … Continue reading Podcast: Radio Chaneque – Cinco Largos Años

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Review: Correatown – Sleep and other drugs

The first time I met Angela Correa, she was part of a lovely acoustic duo called Les Shelleys. The second time I met her, she was performing as Correatown, a more dream pop oriented outfit that created gorgeous warm songs that delved into C86 and a spot of electronics. Then I saw her live in Wakefield, promoting Pleiades (our review). She mentioned that the tour … Continue reading Review: Correatown – Sleep and other drugs

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Wake up to Correatown

Angela Correa has a magnificent voice. Yup, seen her live, interviewed her and reviewed her other joint venture in musicianship. So it was a very exciting discovery when we got wind of her own dreamy project, Correatown, which has just released the sweet album Pleiades (review soon, knock on wood). The album is simply beautiful on vinyl: clear funky colour, a lot of depth and … Continue reading Wake up to Correatown

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