Golden Ball | The Antique Barking Swirls of Dawn

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The Antique Barking Swirls of Dawn

by Golden Ball

A homespun blend of Krautrock, psychedelic folk and Eno-esque glam that would make for a cerebral ceremonial march
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Oxen Free
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2. The Course of Human Events
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3. Signature Abstract
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4. Goosebump Safari
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5. Blank
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6. Mermaid in Marmalade
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7. Stowaway Discovery
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8. Everlasting Abandon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Golden Ball is a weird beat group from Fishtown, Philadelphia. They play these songs that are pretty freaky but really quite catchy. Sometimes they play them all minimal herky-jerky and on fire like a fond yet disturbing memory of giggling existentialist finger puppets, and sometimes they play them slower and heavier like animal tranquilizers wandering in a haunted wood. They play them in collaged arrangements that spin around like mobiles and jump cut around like jump cuts, so if you're on acid WATCH OUT!!

David is the singer and he is, no joke, an utter freak. Have you seen his lyrics? He actually believes he's making sense. He made the first Golden Ball record a few years back in a bedroom in a house in the Pennsylvania woods. Then he and Gillian set off for the city to turn the record into a band. Gillian provides Golden Ball with substantial witch factor, seriously hot lead guitar action and plenty of long blonde hair. Upon moving to Philadelphia, Gillian and David met erstwhile krautrock dj Norman Fetter, who decided to play monster bass guitar, take off his shoes, sit in a tree and grow a long blonde mustache. And from the distant and mysterious realm of West Philadelphia has lately come the
sartorial grace of synth mistress Sarah Jacoby and the madman frenzy of drum lord Julius Masri with cocksure intent to spirit the group into its most psychotic future.

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