The Laundronauts - In Filth mp3 album
MuchMusic began airing The Laundronauts' music video for Stain in December 2009 on The Wedge, the same month that The Laundronauts album The Laundronauts Come Clean arrived at the number one position on the national campus and community radio report, Earshot. On February 13, 2010 Come Clean won Best Original Music at the Vancouver Island Short Film Festival Gareth left The Laundronauts in February 2011, though work continues on the band's second album In Filt.
The Laundronauts - Stop, Drop, Fluff-N-Fold.
Filth is the debut studio album by American experimental rock band Swans. It was released in 1983 through Neutral Records, following the release of the band's self-titled debut EP in 1982. Though it did not receive much contemporary attention, Filth has since been recognized as ahead of its time and significant to heavy genres of music. Musically, the album is bleak, grinding, and deliberately repetitive, defined by two bassists persistently doubling over the same chord.
Laundronauts Come Clean.
the Laundronauts 05-09-2009. Stop, Drop, Fluff-n-Fold. The Laundronauts Come Clean.
The Laundronauts – The Laundronauts are a Canadian indie rock music trio formed in late 2007 from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Founded by Stephen J Horak and Gareth Wynne, The Laundronauts release their material on their own label, the first published use of the term laundronaut comes from a 1963 Cornell University publication describing a new fad. into a coin-operated dryer. Horaks guitar solo for the song Stain was featured in a Vancouver Island Brewery beer commercial starting in November 2009, Gareth left The Laundronauts in February 2011, though work continues on the bands second album In Filth, set for release in late 2012. The idea of using laundry as a metaphor become a writing project for Horak and Wynne, influencing the bands style and musical direction. Other critics agreed, With some bands of this ilk, things get gimmicky.
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