Her Space Holiday - Concrete Kids album FLAC
Real Name: Marc Bianchi. Profile: American indietronic and indie rock musician from California. Sites: herspaceholiday. Home Is Where You Hang Yourself (Album). Concrete Kids (Acetate, 7", EP, Ltd, Num). Ruined Potential Records.
Her Space Holiday is the recording moniker of indietronic and indie rock artist Marc Bianchi. Marc Bianchi began as a musician in the California hardcore scene. He was a part of Indian Summer and Mohinder before assuming the moniker "Her Space Holiday" in 1996. Initially, Bianchi was not interested in releasing Her Space Holiday's first works, as he was focused on launching the bands associated with his new (now defunct) record label Audio Information Phenomena
Listen to music from Her Space Holiday. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Her Space Holiday. 9 tracks · 1 October 2001. The Past Presents The Future. Initially, Bianchi was not interested in releasing Her Space Holiday's first works, as he was focused on launching the bands associated with his new (now defunct) record label Audio Information Phenomena.
Her Space Holiday (album). Her Space Holiday is an eponymous album intended to be the final release by Marc Bianchi's solo project Her Space Holiday. Anything For Progress.
His striking new release as Her Space Holiday is The Young Machines, an authentic foray into intelligent dream-pop. The production is everything you have come to expect from Her Space Holiday; intricate string arrangements, analog synth patterns, lush guitar-like drones and tasteful drum programming abound, but it is the songwriting that elevates the album to its elite status. Traditional song structures take unexpected turns throughout, highlighting introspection and vulnerability most often missing in electronic music . Vinyl/Double LP Version of Her Space Holiday's 2005 'The Young Machines' Featuring artwork by Hanni El Khatib.
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NotesLimited to only 100 numbered copies. Comes in an individually screenprinted fold-out jacket (each is different) with insert.
Uses samples from the documentary movie "Streetwise" (1984, by Martin Bell).