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Eucalyptus is the second solo studio album by American recording artist Avey Tare. It was released on July 21, 2017 as the follow-up to his 2010 solo debut Down There, Eucalyptus is his first solo release following the formation of his band Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks. It was recorded by fellow Animal Collective bandmate Joshua Dibb, and features past collaborators Eyvind Kang and Angel Deradoorian.
EUCALYPTUS by 8ULENTINA, released 01 March 2018 1. METAL CLIP 2. SOILED 3. WANDER FLUTE 4. DISSOLVE IN WATER 5. ROPE SWING 6. MINT T FT. ORGAN TAPES 8ULENTINA's debut EP 'EUCALYPTUS' released via CLUB CHAI is a gathering of experimental club tracks exploring self care, ritual and healing. The selection of tracks on the EP address non traditional approaches to composition, utilizing middle eastern percussive sounds, recordings of objects or making processes
com/Eucalyptus (album). is an album by The Dismemberment Plan. It was released on October 2, 1995, on DeSoto Records. The band's original drummer, Steve Cummings, played on this album but left shortly after its release.
It’s called Eucalyptus and it’s out July 21 via Domino. Find the tracklist and cover art below. Avey Tare’s Animal Collective bandmate Deakin recorded the album, which features contributions from Angel Deradoorian, Jessika Kenney, and Eyvind Kang. The deluxe 2xLP version of the record (pressed on 180-gram vinyl) comes with a lyric booklet featuring exclusive artwork from Paige Cleveland of Rule of Three Studio. In 2014, Avey Tare released Enter the Slasher House with Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks. His last solo album was 2010’s Down There
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Arriving a year after his band's colorful, ebullient Painting With LP, the second solo album by Animal Collective's Avey Tare (aka David Portner) takes a sharp turn from the sound of his group - or at least from their post-Campfire Songs output. With a languid, sylvan atmosphere and majority-acoustic demeanor, it's a departure not only from his band, but, to a lesser degree, from 2010's Down There and his Slasher Flicks project.
Eucalyptus is a post-hardcore album by the San Diego, California band Pitchfork, released in 1990 by Nemesis Records and re-released in 2003 by Swami Records. It is the band's only full-length album. It was produced by guitarist John Reis and its artwork was created by singer Rick Froberg, who at the time used the stage name Rick Fork. The album was originally released as an LP in limited numbers and soon went out of print.
The eucalyptus tree is not native to California, but it flourishes there, its distinctive scent hanging in the air in and around Los Angeles. It’s a fragrance that Animal Collective frontman Dave Portner, also known as Avey Tare, immediately associates with his adopted hometown - one in which he, too, flourishes, finding creative inspiration in California’s natural surroundings. So it makes sense that Portner would choose to name his first solo record since moving to the West Coast after the eucalyptus.
Described as an electroacoustic movement through leaves, rocks and dust, it revives the backwoods freak-folk that the band largely abandoned after 2005’s excellent Feels. There are a few too many noodling sound collages across its 15 tracks, but at its peak – on the delicate, maudlin Ms Secret or the chirpingly melodic Jackson 5 – Eucalyptus reminds you of what made Tare and his bandmates such a thrillingly different prospect in the first place.
- Bass – Mike Smith
- Drums – Nick Fraser
- Engineer, Mastered By – Fedge
- Guitar – Alex Lukashevsky
- Percussion – Blake Howard
- Piano – Ryan Driver
- Saxophone, Written By – Brodie West
- Trumpet – Nicole Rampersaud
NotesAll compositions B. West, copyright 2011.
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