Oliver the Penguin | Button Pusher

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Button Pusher

by Oliver the Penguin

Playful, mysterious electro-pop.
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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1. Girls & Boys
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2. Scissors & Glue
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3. Paper Airplane
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4. Pictures By the Seashore
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5. Pressing the Function Key
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6. Do I Leave My Heart Here
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7. Mad Scientist
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8. From Long Sleep
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9. Second Chances
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10. Something Like Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Oliver The Penguin is not so much a band, or an album. It’s a persona — a character that sprung from the minds of Top Line songwriter/composer Rie Sinclair and musician-about-town Tommy Walter (Abandoned Pools/Eels). Button Pusher launched in March 2009 as an unexpected collaboration between the two during an afternoon writing session. The songs are playful but have a mysterious, if not a dark, side. Delivering “nimble electro-pop”, the album sketches a little guy that appeals to the core innocence in us all; reminiscent of The Postal Service, Frou Frou & The Bird And The Bee. Smashing more than sound waves together, Rie’s lyrics encapsulate laws of physics as they might play out in relationships. This happy & dreamy (but melancholic) CD proves something to definitely keep on rotation in your playlist.

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