Our dear friend Willard wrote a very kind review of Anti-Presence. It’s on his site here. Willard has a rare talent for writing about music, and we are always chuffed to be included on his wonderful site!
Our friend Willard of Willard’s Wormholes was kind enough to write a brand-new review of what is now a very old album. 2004′s Don’t Let it Slow You Down was a bit rough around the edges, but Willard likes what he hears, and he makes me appreciate the album a bit more… Hopefully we will be able to remaster it sometime soon with a proper mix. We love you, willard!
Tim Webb from our favorite music technology site, Discchord, was kind enough to feature the new Analog Birds record, Anti-Presence today, with a focus on the use of iOS apps throughout the album. Thanks, Tim!
Check out the rest of Planet Mellotron, as well - if you’re interested in Mellotrons, it is quite a comprehensive site, and if you’re not interested in Mellotrons… well, I just don’t know what to say to you…
Probably the best Brooklyn-based music blog out there, Brooklyn Rocks, kindly reviewed “No-Knock” today. Thanks, Mike! Check out the rest of his blog, as well… and prepare to get schooled by a true aficionado.
The lovely and talented Adam Lehrer interviewed Asa and Tim from Analog Birds for his blog The Declaration of Musical Independence. It is a good read, touching on the history of the group, the current musical climate, and more. Read it at: http://thedeclarationofmusicalindependence.com/2013/07/17/analog-birds-interview/
This coming Monday, May 20th at 3PM, The Justin Wayne Show (http://thejustinwayneshow.com) broadcasts live. Justin will be spinning our new single “No-Knock” during the broadcast, so tune in!
We will also be giving away some free copies of the “No-Knock” promo CD, so stay tuned…
Adam Lehrer of The Declaration of Musical Independence, a thoughtful and occasionally wickedly funny NYC music blog, was kind enough to review the new Analog Birds single, “No-Knock.” Take a gander….
Renato from Brazilian music site The Blog That Celebrates Itself was kind enough to interview Asa and Timothy from Analog Birds hot on the heels of the release of the new Analog Birds single, “No-Knock.” Thanks, Renato!