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THE STARGAZER LILIES
PALE DIAN
EX ASTRONAUT

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THE STARGAZER LILIES

“Field and Cep channel the reverb-washed slo-mo assault of Slowdive and the sparkling ambiance of Air into a lush, guitar-swollen whole.” “Psych - Fuzz Epic”
Spin Magazine

The Stargazer Lilies “We Are The Dreamers” is hands down the best dream pop album of the year. Or even: of the past decade.
The Fine Vinyl (finest vinyl of 2013)

"The Stargazer Lilies possess a truly widescreen, cinematic sound with crescendoes that build cascading waves of sound enveloping your whole body. The music is a bit darker than standard dream pop fare, but that only makes it that much more mesmerizing.”
Pop Matters

www.facebook.com/thestargazerlilies
www.thestargazerlilies.com

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PALE DIAN

"You may not know it yet...but Pale Dīan are about to become one of your favorite new bands of 2016. Hailing from Austin Texas, these are the dreamy swirling melodic sounds inspired by classic 4ad artists like Cocteau Twins and Lush, and just as surely will thrill you fans of Them Are Us Too and Drab Majesty. And you don't hafta wait much longer with their debut LP dropping via Manifesto this spring. Mark my words..."
-Michael Stock, PART TIME PUNKS - KLXU, LOS ANGELES

SPIN
www.spin.com/2016/02/7-favorite-songs-of-the-week-kero-kero-bonito-minor-victories/

IMPOSE
www.imposemagazine.com/tv/pale-dian-in-a-day

www.paledian.bandcamp.com
www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_W-pkh0-EY
www.facebook.com/paledianmusic

LABEL: Manifesto Records, Los Angeles, CA: www.manifesto.com
*Narrow Birth LP, CD, Digital, CS out June 3rd*

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EX-ASTRONAUT

"Formerly known as Field Trip, Ex-Astronaut kicks shoegaze aesthetics across laid-back and anthemic vocals. The band recently released a live session recorded at WRUW. Both “Falling Apart” and “The River” showcase a band knee-deep in interesting ideas and tight execution. The former refracts hypnotic melodies through flange effects, creating a metallic-sounding atmosphere that calls to mind the recording’s cover art. “The River,” meanwhile, builds more slowly toward a thrilling, chugging chorus. We’re betting that this radio station session translates even better to the stage setting." - Eric Sandy, Cleveland Scene

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www.exastronaut.bandcamp.com/releases
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