- Performer:Imitation Electric Piano
- Title:Imitation Electric Piano
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock
- Date of release:May 15, 2001
- Size FLAC version1483 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1178 megabytes
- Size WMA version1943 megabytes
- Formats:ADX MMF VQF AU RA AC3
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Imitation Electric Piano was formed in 1999 by Stereolab bassist Simon Johns and Andrew Blake (guitar). They recorded their eponymous instrumental first . DS45-CD27) for Duophonic Super 45s, part of Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Discs, that year. Their first full-length album, Trinity Neon (DS45-CD33) was released in 2002.
Formed by the Stereolab bassist Simon Johns in 1999, the .
Imitation Electric Piano. November 10 2006, 12:00am, The Times. Blow It Up, Burn It Down, Kick It Till It Bleeds. Simon Johns’s hitherto instrumental indie combo is improved, on this third album, by the arrival of Mary Hampton, whose vocals lend a stately clarity to the fragrant indie-baroque of Come into Force and wired pop gems such as What We Do We Do. The lack of anything resembling production isn’t a problem; feeling as though you’re sitting in on a particularly inspired rehearsal merely adds to the songs’ scuffed allure.
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Imitation Electric Piano is the brainchild of Stereolab mentalist Simon Johns, formed as an outlet for his unique spin on post-rock. Johns collaborated with like-minded musicians. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
Stereolab's Simon Johns and his band Imitation Electric Piano haven't forgotten those years. Working with t Lee Adams, drummer Ashley Marlowe, bassist Andrew Blake and a few others, Johns' band follows a similar trajectory as a few bands mentioned above, most notably the wry progressive psyche of early Soft Machine and other like-minded bands such as National Health. The pace picks up, but the song never seems overly fussy- one of Imitation Electric Piano's strengths is that they're able to make fairly complex things sounds simple. Even the full ensemble counterpoint in the middle seems perfectly natural.
CreditsChris Baker - Keyboards
Fulton Dingley - Mixing
Imitation Electric Piano - Composer, Primary Artist
Nick Wilson - Trumpet
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