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Ladybug Transistor, The - Albemarle Sound album flac Performer: Ladybug Transistor, The
Title: Albemarle Sound
Style: Pop Rock, Indie Rock
Released: 1999
MP3 album: 1976 mb
FLAC album: 1407 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: FLAC AIFF AC3 MP4 ASF RA MP3
Genre: Rock / Pop

The Ladybug Transistor is a Brooklyn-based indie pop group associated with The Elephant Six Collective. Started in 1995 by Gary Olson, Edward Powers and Javier Villegas, the band quickly released Marlborough Farms on Park N' Ride records, adding and subtracting a couple of members and going on an international tour. With Jeff Baron (Guppyboy, The Essex Green) and Jennifer Baron (Saturnine) added to the line-up, they released Beverley Atonale in 1997, this time on Merge Records.

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Ladybug Transistor is a chamber pop band who came and went in the late 1990s. I got this 1999 when it came out, played it6 a few times and all but forgot it until I rediscovered it in my collection. This is not a sunny, chipper take on Chamber Pop. Albemarle Sound mines a soft, slightly down beat take on the genre. The stings and horns are ready for the hearing. But they are mixed into extremely gentle, sometimes weepy-eyed tracks about love and loss. Personally, I find this album a bit of a downer. If there is really such a thing as sunshine pop, this is that for a stormy, claustrophobic day behind closed doors and looking out wet foggy windows. Given a choice I would shoot for the upbeat jazzy sound of a band like Swandive, but that is a sheer matter of taste. If you like the more vulnerable side of this music, you won't go wrong with Ladybug Transistor.

The Albemarle Sound, 1999. The Albemarle Sound, 1999. The Ladybug Transistor. Meadowport Arch, 02:59. The Great British Spring, 02:33. Like a Summer Rain, 03:10.