Teen Suicide - It's the Big Joyous Celebration, Let's Stir the Honeypot mp3 album
It’s the Big Joyous Celebration, Let’s Stir the Honeypot Teen Suicide. 2. The Big Joyous Celebration. 20. Falling Out of Love With Me. 21. I Don’t Think It’s Too Late. 25. The Stomach of the Earth. 26. If I Don’t See You Before You Leave.
Teen Suicide's latest album is hard to pin down, and even harder to verbally define; attempting to box this album into a genre would make one's head spin. Further, this lo-fi, double-album behemoth feels like it was meticulously crafted; from the the electronic synths, beeps and layering noises to the subtle horns, punk influences and piano pieces, every single sound that is emanated procures images of an artist punctiliously sculpting a masterpiece. Yet, unfortunately, this is no masterpiece.
Ray’s polyglot sensibilities can be dislocating; Teen Suicide and It’s the Big Joyous Celebration are many things at once. But amidst what sounds like postmodern anxiety - think of the satisfaction and irritation of Ariel Pink’s pom-pom - lie simple songs about the profoundly mundane. The marginalia is everything. But listeners will hear a movingly intentional Ray on the four-song suite of Beauty, Pavement, America, and Devotion. On the third of those tracks, Ray asks a heartbreaking question: How old were you when you first fell out of love with the world?
It's The Big Joyous Celebration Let's Stir The Honeypot. Run For Cover US. TEEN SUICIDE. It's The Big Joyous Celebration Let's Stir The Honeypot. Format: gatefold coloured vinyl 2xLP + insert + comic book + MP3 download code Cat: RFC 136 Released: 08 Apr 16 Genre: Indie.
19 - The Things I Love Are Killing M. p3. 20 - Falling Out of Love With M. 21 - I Don't Think It's Too Late. 23 - My Little World. 25 - The Stomach of the Earth. 26 - If I Don't See You Before You Leave.
Although their attitude towards recording and releasing new material was unclear after their reformation, Teen Suicide contributed a new song to Paper Trail Records' Thanks for Listening compilation and released a 7" entitled Sonic Youth on November 6, 2015. "Teen Suicide - It's the Big Joyous Celebration, Let's Stir the Honeypot". Retrieved 30 April 2019.
If you couldn't tell from the title or its 26 tracks or 69-minute length, It's the Big Joyous Celebration, Let's Stir the Honeypot is A) a glorious communal blowout and B) goddamn mess. Its intentions are messy: Sam Ray resurrected his old band by popular demand (vis-à-vis his other projects Ricky Eat Acid and Julia Brown) and will be touring throughout the spring, yet they are also calling it their last will and testament.
How old were you when you first fell out of love with the world? asks Sam Ray on America, midway through Teen Suicide’s second (and what they’ve been teasing as final) album. The question lingers over the record’s 26 tracks, wry and occasionally, yes, joyous-sounding jaunts covering the dismal realities of depression, faith, and addiction in a way that feels lived-in
Album: It's the Big Joyous Celebration, Let's Stir the Honeypot, 2016.