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Wednesday, 24 February 2016
Until recently the only Trashcan Sinatras album I was familiar with was their third album from 1996 A Happy Pocket on Go!Discs which I won in a Radio Scotland competition.
That recently changed following a visit to the Glaisnock Cafe and Bookshop in Wigtown when I came away with a copy of their 1990 debut Cake purchased for the princely sum of a quid.
From Irvine in Ayrshire, Scotland they play sophisticated indie rock with lovely harmonies.
For much more informative stuff around the Trashcans can I point you in the direction of the ever excellent Plain or Pan. Craig is a huge fan and given his geographical location I suspect that he may well also be an acquaintance of the band.
Without trying I appear to have selected the first two songs chosen as singles
The Trashcan Sinatras -Obscurity Knocks
The Trashcan Sinatras - Onlt Tongue Can Tell
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Oh I love Cake. The album that is, and the food too right enough.ReplyDelete
And I once thought about starting up a wee record label which would have the rather ironic name of Obscurity Knocks.
On the trash theme, have you seen the UKIP video?ReplyDelete
I think this could be the post that finally gets me off my can and into this band. These songs sound great.ReplyDelete
wonderful band. And here's a highly recommended place to learn much moreReplyDelete