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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

For May we have sessions plus special shows - one related to Nirvana and the other the city of Sydney

Artist Info

The Soundcarriers

The Soundcarriers
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™The Soundcarriers were formed in Nottingham, UK, where founder members Adam Cann, Paul Isherwood (a.k.a. Pish) and Dorian Conway have played together since childhood, switching instruments and roles and generally ignoring the conventions of what it means to be a band. Leonore Wheatley completes the bands line-up adding subtle, gentle vocals and harmonies. Their sound is psychedelic in the less well-trodden way: jazz-influenced, free-thinking and utterly spaced out.

They released their debut album Harmonium in 2009, followed by Celeste (2010) and Entropicalia (2014).

“Maybe The Free Design planted the seed for the magic garden of intricate group harmonies that blended this softer sound… The Soundcarriers use that and much more to enter that world. At the root is some richly vulnerable optimism. It takes a weird inner strength to pit flutes and quiet voices against drums and electronics and the rest of the world… No need to compare and make odious references. Best to listen in a kind of vacuum – let sound happen. The Soundcarriers do that in unlimited wavelengths.” – Chris Dedrick, The Free Design
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