Articles tagged her space holiday

Her Space Holiday: Her Space Holiday

Marc Bianchi retires Her Space Holiday with an overwrought album of cartoonishly bouncy, bubbly songs about death. Imagine a Country Bear Jamboree performance that ends with all of the bears putting shotguns in their mouths. That's Her Space Holiday in a grizzly nutshell.

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Head Like a Kite: Dreams Suspend Night

Head Like a Kite’s guest-heavy third album is a glitchy, choppy and undeniably catchy 12-song set that brings the sunshine to the clouds of krautrock rhythm and a lightning bolt of whimsical harmony to the abstract hip-hop landscape.

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Her Space Holiday: XOXO, Panda and the New Kid Revival

The first in Her Space Holiday's new folk-pop direction, this album puts Marc Bianchi's songwriting talents on full display as he captivates your ear with toe-tapping, playful melodies.

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12 Sep 2008 // 4:05 AM

Sonya Kitchell video premiere, George Clinton…

PopMatters Video Premiere Sonya Kitchell Borderline - Behind the Scenes Vignette [Video] Go behind the scenes with Sonya Kitchell to hear all about the recording

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29 Aug 2008 // 9:09 AM

You Say Party! We Say Die!, Her Space Holiday, Delta Spirit…

You Say Party! We Say Die! Opportunity (Montag’s I Love Her Remix) [MP3]       You’re Almost There (DJ Rexford

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	Her Space Holiday: The Past Presents the Future

Her Space Holiday's latest album is filled with orchestral, electro-pop songs so beautiful that it will take you a few listens to realize how depressing they are.

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	Her Space Holiday: The Young Machines Remixed

For a Sunday afternoon mope, what could be better than an album of melancholy electro-pop? How about that same album remixed by the likes of Super Furry Animals, Stereolab, and Dntel?"

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	Her Space Holiday: The Young Machines

While listening to The Young Machines, it’s almost impossible to picture San Franciscan Mark Bianchi fronting his former hardcore band. His lyrical confessionals are

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17 Apr 2002 // 11:00 PM

	her space holiday: Manic Expressive

I gave this album an unusually biased first listen after having bought Marc Bianchi’s first LP, Home is Where You Hang Yourself, listened to

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	Her Space Holiday: Home Is Where You Hang Yourself

The title of Her Space Holiday’s latest album, Home Is Where You Hang Yourself, sets listeners up to expect depressing music about reaching the

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//Mixed media

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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