SPC ECO Release New Album The Art of Pop

Published on: Aug 02 2014 by Jennifer Patchett

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Dean Garcia, a former member of Curve, and his daughter Rose Berlin have released a new album entitled The Art of Pop. Rose Berlin was about two years old while her father was playing bass, drums, and guitar for the seminal British duo Curve. When Rose Berlin turned six years old, she and her father began creating music together, The Art of Pop is now their sixth album. Their work has been featured in film soundtracks, most notably a song for Coraline, a compilation album for Neil Gaiman that later became a film, Cowboys and Angels, and the upcoming Nick Horby film A Long Way Down. Dean Garcia was interviewed by The Big Takeover and asked about the resurgence and recent interest in shoegaze:

Regarding shoegaze and comeback, I just think it’s an interesting sphere of sounds ‘n’ bands that will always be around, it’s very niche and of its own peculiar ageless world where everybody is welcome and anything goes which is the thing I really like about it. I don’t think anyone involved is out to make any serious money or whatever, they do it because they love the effect of it, and the way it makes them and tuned in others feel.

Check out “Hear Me Now” via the SPC ECO bandcamp page below:

 

 

Jennifer Patchett
Big Sonic Heaven Contributing Writer

 

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