“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out' RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent



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VISIONS OF TREES + GLASSER
THISAINTNODISCO DJ
Cargo
Saturday 13 March 2010
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£10 - SOLD OUT
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MEMORYTAPES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/VISIONSOFTREES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GLASSSSER, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THISAINTNO, NEWSLETTERFORTHEPARTIALLYSIGHTED.BLOGSPOT.COM/

After a sold out show at The Luminaire in January, MEMORY TAPES is back to play at Cargo. A one man band based in New Jersey, he’s been dropping bombs (as memory cassette and weird tapes) on Gorilla vs Bear through 2008 to huge acclaim and massive blog proliferation. His sound is nostalgic both aesthetically and emotionally – so there is little surprise when comparisons drift to outfits such as Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, New Order and Boards of Canada. More established pop references come through as well with echoes of classic Motown and girl groups. After the great reception that greeted his debut album, the ever prolific, MEMORY TAPES intends to make two albums a year, promising that the next one will a psychedelic girl group record.

VISIONS OF TREES is Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local Dalston basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention

‘a brilliant two-piece from London who make hazy tropical pop music that shares a similar woozy electronic mood to Teengirl Fantasy, only swamped in Liz Fraser-esque vocals’ Vice Magazine

‘If I could soundtrack my nocturnal nature trail then Visions Of Trees would be first on the playlist. The London duo’s swirling, ethereal seductojams make me think, Woah, nature is cool and that is as close as I will get to zahelu’ The Fader

‘The London based duo have been together less than six months, but their silky future dance music has quickly percolated across the pond’ Impose Magazine

GLASSER is LA resident Cameron Mesirow, who has been described as something like Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell and the emotional inflections of Karen Dalton. Her debut EP, Apply, is charmingly amateur in its Garageband production, but the heavily layered arrangements and child-like vocals have a dream-like quality.

PLUS THISAINTNODISCO DJ

HIGH PRAISE FROM THE PRESS FOR MEMORY TAPES

“one of the great albums of 2009” Sunday Times. 4/5 Album of the Week

“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out’ RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent

Tickets SOLD OUT



Memory Tapes

Memory Tapes

VISIONS OF TREES + GLASSER
THISAINTNODISCO DJ
Cargo
Saturday 13 March 2010
Sold Out

£10 - SOLD OUT
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MEMORYTAPES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/VISIONSOFTREES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GLASSSSER, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THISAINTNO, NEWSLETTERFORTHEPARTIALLYSIGHTED.BLOGSPOT.COM/

After a sold out show at The Luminaire in January, MEMORY TAPES is back to play at Cargo. A one man band based in New Jersey, he’s been dropping bombs (as memory cassette and weird tapes) on Gorilla vs Bear through 2008 to huge acclaim and massive blog proliferation. His sound is nostalgic both aesthetically and emotionally – so there is little surprise when comparisons drift to outfits such as Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, New Order and Boards of Canada. More established pop references come through as well with echoes of classic Motown and girl groups. After the great reception that greeted his debut album, the ever prolific, MEMORY TAPES intends to make two albums a year, promising that the next one will a psychedelic girl group record.

VISIONS OF TREES is Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local Dalston basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention

‘a brilliant two-piece from London who make hazy tropical pop music that shares a similar woozy electronic mood to Teengirl Fantasy, only swamped in Liz Fraser-esque vocals’ Vice Magazine

‘If I could soundtrack my nocturnal nature trail then Visions Of Trees would be first on the playlist. The London duo’s swirling, ethereal seductojams make me think, Woah, nature is cool and that is as close as I will get to zahelu’ The Fader

‘The London based duo have been together less than six months, but their silky future dance music has quickly percolated across the pond’ Impose Magazine

GLASSER is LA resident Cameron Mesirow, who has been described as something like Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell and the emotional inflections of Karen Dalton. Her debut EP, Apply, is charmingly amateur in its Garageband production, but the heavily layered arrangements and child-like vocals have a dream-like quality.

PLUS THISAINTNODISCO DJ

HIGH PRAISE FROM THE PRESS FOR MEMORY TAPES

“one of the great albums of 2009” Sunday Times. 4/5 Album of the Week

“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out’ RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent

Tickets SOLD OUT



Memory Tapes

Memory Tapes

VISIONS OF TREES + GLASSER
THISAINTNODISCO DJ
Cargo
Saturday 13 March 2010
Sold Out

£10 - SOLD OUT
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MEMORYTAPES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/VISIONSOFTREES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GLASSSSER, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THISAINTNO, NEWSLETTERFORTHEPARTIALLYSIGHTED.BLOGSPOT.COM/

After a sold out show at The Luminaire in January, MEMORY TAPES is back to play at Cargo. A one man band based in New Jersey, he’s been dropping bombs (as memory cassette and weird tapes) on Gorilla vs Bear through 2008 to huge acclaim and massive blog proliferation. His sound is nostalgic both aesthetically and emotionally – so there is little surprise when comparisons drift to outfits such as Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, New Order and Boards of Canada. More established pop references come through as well with echoes of classic Motown and girl groups. After the great reception that greeted his debut album, the ever prolific, MEMORY TAPES intends to make two albums a year, promising that the next one will a psychedelic girl group record.

VISIONS OF TREES is Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local Dalston basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention

‘a brilliant two-piece from London who make hazy tropical pop music that shares a similar woozy electronic mood to Teengirl Fantasy, only swamped in Liz Fraser-esque vocals’ Vice Magazine

‘If I could soundtrack my nocturnal nature trail then Visions Of Trees would be first on the playlist. The London duo’s swirling, ethereal seductojams make me think, Woah, nature is cool and that is as close as I will get to zahelu’ The Fader

‘The London based duo have been together less than six months, but their silky future dance music has quickly percolated across the pond’ Impose Magazine

GLASSER is LA resident Cameron Mesirow, who has been described as something like Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell and the emotional inflections of Karen Dalton. Her debut EP, Apply, is charmingly amateur in its Garageband production, but the heavily layered arrangements and child-like vocals have a dream-like quality.

PLUS THISAINTNODISCO DJ

HIGH PRAISE FROM THE PRESS FOR MEMORY TAPES

“one of the great albums of 2009” Sunday Times. 4/5 Album of the Week

“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out’ RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent

Tickets SOLD OUT



Memory Tapes

Memory Tapes

VISIONS OF TREES + GLASSER
THISAINTNODISCO DJ
Cargo
Saturday 13 March 2010
Sold Out

£10 - SOLD OUT
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MEMORYTAPES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/VISIONSOFTREES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GLASSSSER, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THISAINTNO, NEWSLETTERFORTHEPARTIALLYSIGHTED.BLOGSPOT.COM/

After a sold out show at The Luminaire in January, MEMORY TAPES is back to play at Cargo. A one man band based in New Jersey, he’s been dropping bombs (as memory cassette and weird tapes) on Gorilla vs Bear through 2008 to huge acclaim and massive blog proliferation. His sound is nostalgic both aesthetically and emotionally – so there is little surprise when comparisons drift to outfits such as Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, New Order and Boards of Canada. More established pop references come through as well with echoes of classic Motown and girl groups. After the great reception that greeted his debut album, the ever prolific, MEMORY TAPES intends to make two albums a year, promising that the next one will a psychedelic girl group record.

VISIONS OF TREES is Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local Dalston basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention

‘a brilliant two-piece from London who make hazy tropical pop music that shares a similar woozy electronic mood to Teengirl Fantasy, only swamped in Liz Fraser-esque vocals’ Vice Magazine

‘If I could soundtrack my nocturnal nature trail then Visions Of Trees would be first on the playlist. The London duo’s swirling, ethereal seductojams make me think, Woah, nature is cool and that is as close as I will get to zahelu’ The Fader

‘The London based duo have been together less than six months, but their silky future dance music has quickly percolated across the pond’ Impose Magazine

GLASSER is LA resident Cameron Mesirow, who has been described as something like Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell and the emotional inflections of Karen Dalton. Her debut EP, Apply, is charmingly amateur in its Garageband production, but the heavily layered arrangements and child-like vocals have a dream-like quality.

PLUS THISAINTNODISCO DJ

HIGH PRAISE FROM THE PRESS FOR MEMORY TAPES

“one of the great albums of 2009” Sunday Times. 4/5 Album of the Week

“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out’ RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent

Tickets SOLD OUT



Memory Tapes

Memory Tapes

VISIONS OF TREES + GLASSER
THISAINTNODISCO DJ
Cargo
Saturday 13 March 2010
Sold Out

£10 - SOLD OUT
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MEMORYTAPES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/VISIONSOFTREES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GLASSSSER, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THISAINTNO, NEWSLETTERFORTHEPARTIALLYSIGHTED.BLOGSPOT.COM/

After a sold out show at The Luminaire in January, MEMORY TAPES is back to play at Cargo. A one man band based in New Jersey, he’s been dropping bombs (as memory cassette and weird tapes) on Gorilla vs Bear through 2008 to huge acclaim and massive blog proliferation. His sound is nostalgic both aesthetically and emotionally – so there is little surprise when comparisons drift to outfits such as Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, New Order and Boards of Canada. More established pop references come through as well with echoes of classic Motown and girl groups. After the great reception that greeted his debut album, the ever prolific, MEMORY TAPES intends to make two albums a year, promising that the next one will a psychedelic girl group record.

VISIONS OF TREES is Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local Dalston basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention

‘a brilliant two-piece from London who make hazy tropical pop music that shares a similar woozy electronic mood to Teengirl Fantasy, only swamped in Liz Fraser-esque vocals’ Vice Magazine

‘If I could soundtrack my nocturnal nature trail then Visions Of Trees would be first on the playlist. The London duo’s swirling, ethereal seductojams make me think, Woah, nature is cool and that is as close as I will get to zahelu’ The Fader

‘The London based duo have been together less than six months, but their silky future dance music has quickly percolated across the pond’ Impose Magazine

GLASSER is LA resident Cameron Mesirow, who has been described as something like Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell and the emotional inflections of Karen Dalton. Her debut EP, Apply, is charmingly amateur in its Garageband production, but the heavily layered arrangements and child-like vocals have a dream-like quality.

PLUS THISAINTNODISCO DJ

HIGH PRAISE FROM THE PRESS FOR MEMORY TAPES

“one of the great albums of 2009” Sunday Times. 4/5 Album of the Week

“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out’ RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent

Tickets SOLD OUT



Memory Tapes

Memory Tapes

VISIONS OF TREES + GLASSER
THISAINTNODISCO DJ
Cargo
Saturday 13 March 2010
Sold Out

£10 - SOLD OUT
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MEMORYTAPES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/VISIONSOFTREES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GLASSSSER, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THISAINTNO, NEWSLETTERFORTHEPARTIALLYSIGHTED.BLOGSPOT.COM/

After a sold out show at The Luminaire in January, MEMORY TAPES is back to play at Cargo. A one man band based in New Jersey, he’s been dropping bombs (as memory cassette and weird tapes) on Gorilla vs Bear through 2008 to huge acclaim and massive blog proliferation. His sound is nostalgic both aesthetically and emotionally – so there is little surprise when comparisons drift to outfits such as Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, New Order and Boards of Canada. More established pop references come through as well with echoes of classic Motown and girl groups. After the great reception that greeted his debut album, the ever prolific, MEMORY TAPES intends to make two albums a year, promising that the next one will a psychedelic girl group record.

VISIONS OF TREES is Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local Dalston basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention

‘a brilliant two-piece from London who make hazy tropical pop music that shares a similar woozy electronic mood to Teengirl Fantasy, only swamped in Liz Fraser-esque vocals’ Vice Magazine

‘If I could soundtrack my nocturnal nature trail then Visions Of Trees would be first on the playlist. The London duo’s swirling, ethereal seductojams make me think, Woah, nature is cool and that is as close as I will get to zahelu’ The Fader

‘The London based duo have been together less than six months, but their silky future dance music has quickly percolated across the pond’ Impose Magazine

GLASSER is LA resident Cameron Mesirow, who has been described as something like Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell and the emotional inflections of Karen Dalton. Her debut EP, Apply, is charmingly amateur in its Garageband production, but the heavily layered arrangements and child-like vocals have a dream-like quality.

PLUS THISAINTNODISCO DJ

HIGH PRAISE FROM THE PRESS FOR MEMORY TAPES

“one of the great albums of 2009” Sunday Times. 4/5 Album of the Week

“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out’ RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent

Tickets SOLD OUT



Memory Tapes

Memory Tapes

VISIONS OF TREES + GLASSER
THISAINTNODISCO DJ
Cargo
Saturday 13 March 2010
Sold Out

£10 - SOLD OUT
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After a sold out show at The Luminaire in January, MEMORY TAPES is back to play at Cargo. A one man band based in New Jersey, he’s been dropping bombs (as memory cassette and weird tapes) on Gorilla vs Bear through 2008 to huge acclaim and massive blog proliferation. His sound is nostalgic both aesthetically and emotionally – so there is little surprise when comparisons drift to outfits such as Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, New Order and Boards of Canada. More established pop references come through as well with echoes of classic Motown and girl groups. After the great reception that greeted his debut album, the ever prolific, MEMORY TAPES intends to make two albums a year, promising that the next one will a psychedelic girl group record.

VISIONS OF TREES is Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local Dalston basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention

‘a brilliant two-piece from London who make hazy tropical pop music that shares a similar woozy electronic mood to Teengirl Fantasy, only swamped in Liz Fraser-esque vocals’ Vice Magazine

‘If I could soundtrack my nocturnal nature trail then Visions Of Trees would be first on the playlist. The London duo’s swirling, ethereal seductojams make me think, Woah, nature is cool and that is as close as I will get to zahelu’ The Fader

‘The London based duo have been together less than six months, but their silky future dance music has quickly percolated across the pond’ Impose Magazine

GLASSER is LA resident Cameron Mesirow, who has been described as something like Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell and the emotional inflections of Karen Dalton. Her debut EP, Apply, is charmingly amateur in its Garageband production, but the heavily layered arrangements and child-like vocals have a dream-like quality.

PLUS THISAINTNODISCO DJ

HIGH PRAISE FROM THE PRESS FOR MEMORY TAPES

“one of the great albums of 2009” Sunday Times. 4/5 Album of the Week

“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out’ RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent

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Memory Tapes

Memory Tapes

VISIONS OF TREES + GLASSER
THISAINTNODISCO DJ
Cargo
Saturday 13 March 2010
Sold Out

£10 - SOLD OUT
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MEMORYTAPES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/VISIONSOFTREES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GLASSSSER, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THISAINTNO, NEWSLETTERFORTHEPARTIALLYSIGHTED.BLOGSPOT.COM/

After a sold out show at The Luminaire in January, MEMORY TAPES is back to play at Cargo. A one man band based in New Jersey, he’s been dropping bombs (as memory cassette and weird tapes) on Gorilla vs Bear through 2008 to huge acclaim and massive blog proliferation. His sound is nostalgic both aesthetically and emotionally – so there is little surprise when comparisons drift to outfits such as Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, New Order and Boards of Canada. More established pop references come through as well with echoes of classic Motown and girl groups. After the great reception that greeted his debut album, the ever prolific, MEMORY TAPES intends to make two albums a year, promising that the next one will a psychedelic girl group record.

VISIONS OF TREES is Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local Dalston basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention

‘a brilliant two-piece from London who make hazy tropical pop music that shares a similar woozy electronic mood to Teengirl Fantasy, only swamped in Liz Fraser-esque vocals’ Vice Magazine

‘If I could soundtrack my nocturnal nature trail then Visions Of Trees would be first on the playlist. The London duo’s swirling, ethereal seductojams make me think, Woah, nature is cool and that is as close as I will get to zahelu’ The Fader

‘The London based duo have been together less than six months, but their silky future dance music has quickly percolated across the pond’ Impose Magazine

GLASSER is LA resident Cameron Mesirow, who has been described as something like Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell and the emotional inflections of Karen Dalton. Her debut EP, Apply, is charmingly amateur in its Garageband production, but the heavily layered arrangements and child-like vocals have a dream-like quality.

PLUS THISAINTNODISCO DJ

HIGH PRAISE FROM THE PRESS FOR MEMORY TAPES

“one of the great albums of 2009” Sunday Times. 4/5 Album of the Week

“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out’ RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent

Tickets SOLD OUT



Memory Tapes

Memory Tapes

VISIONS OF TREES + GLASSER
THISAINTNODISCO DJ
Cargo
Saturday 13 March 2010
Sold Out

£10 - SOLD OUT
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MEMORYTAPES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/VISIONSOFTREES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/GLASSSSER, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THISAINTNO, NEWSLETTERFORTHEPARTIALLYSIGHTED.BLOGSPOT.COM/

After a sold out show at The Luminaire in January, MEMORY TAPES is back to play at Cargo. A one man band based in New Jersey, he’s been dropping bombs (as memory cassette and weird tapes) on Gorilla vs Bear through 2008 to huge acclaim and massive blog proliferation. His sound is nostalgic both aesthetically and emotionally – so there is little surprise when comparisons drift to outfits such as Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, New Order and Boards of Canada. More established pop references come through as well with echoes of classic Motown and girl groups. After the great reception that greeted his debut album, the ever prolific, MEMORY TAPES intends to make two albums a year, promising that the next one will a psychedelic girl group record.

VISIONS OF TREES is Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local Dalston basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention

‘a brilliant two-piece from London who make hazy tropical pop music that shares a similar woozy electronic mood to Teengirl Fantasy, only swamped in Liz Fraser-esque vocals’ Vice Magazine

‘If I could soundtrack my nocturnal nature trail then Visions Of Trees would be first on the playlist. The London duo’s swirling, ethereal seductojams make me think, Woah, nature is cool and that is as close as I will get to zahelu’ The Fader

‘The London based duo have been together less than six months, but their silky future dance music has quickly percolated across the pond’ Impose Magazine

GLASSER is LA resident Cameron Mesirow, who has been described as something like Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell and the emotional inflections of Karen Dalton. Her debut EP, Apply, is charmingly amateur in its Garageband production, but the heavily layered arrangements and child-like vocals have a dream-like quality.

PLUS THISAINTNODISCO DJ

HIGH PRAISE FROM THE PRESS FOR MEMORY TAPES

“one of the great albums of 2009” Sunday Times. 4/5 Album of the Week

“Just lovely…chanty, dancey, and quite irresistible” – Guardian Guide, SOTW

“Breath-taking” – Pitchfork 8.3 Best New Music http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“Inspired Alchemy of Disco Euphoria and hazy Dream Pop” Q 4/5

“It’s lovely and unsettling at the same time, like The Police’s “Wrapped Around Your Finger” sung by a choir of ghosts”. ROLLING STONE http://tiny.cc/2fZUq

“(A) sun-bleached selection of 80s highlights” – OBSERVER MUSIC MONTHLY OMM 4/5,

“A creamy, nostalgic trip that is one gently euphoric whoosh beyond pastiche.” – NME 8/10

“Sheer brilliance” – STOOL PIGEON

“Gleaming Synth Rock” UNCUT 4/5

“We play it to everyone we meet. You will too” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“Seek Magic is probably my favourite album of the year” DrownedInSound 9/10

“Sweet Hooks and catchy choruses” VICE

“If you like dreamy, intelligent, epic pop, seek out the magic of Memory Tapes today.” – DAZED & CONFUSED

“We want to listen to this 24 more times in a row. Unnnggghhh it’s so good!” – Fader http://tiny.cc/fQMQ9

“Dreamy…excellent..perfect” – Gorilla vs Bear

“…like The Knife producing Neil Young” TheLineOfBestFit

“Bicycle’s spry New Orderisms will have you spinning blissfully around the room while simultaneously evoking an overwhelming melancholic nostalgia for summers lost” – NME 10 Tracks http://tiny.cc/GOUeS

“Victory is assured” NME 10 Tracks again http://tiny.cc/GftAR

“if i dream up the best combination of vocals and instrument i can muster in my tiny brain then its the sound of Memory Tapes that comes out’ RoB DaBank Radio1

“the album of the year” BBC Music

“gliding synth funk resembling Talking Heads via New Order” The Independent

Tickets SOLD OUT







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