Artists & Releases matching ‘Sleepy Township’
Sleepy Township’s second album was generally slicker but just as eclectic and confusing, with a 60s West Coast feel (Beach Boys, Nancy Sinatra, Love etc) to parts. The CD was released by Library Records (now defunct) and vinyl by Chapter, although only about 50 LPs ever got disseminated to the world. SOLD OUT, (but you [...]
Japanese beat-pop magicians Smiley toured Australia in mid 2000, and struck up a firm friendship with Chapter’s one-time house-band Sleepy Township. This single is a testament to their mutual admiration. It’s a wonderful pop-cultural exchange, with both bands contributing exclusive tracks. Smiley’s tracks were recorded in Sydney during their tour.
Debut LP from the now defunct Sleepies. Sixteen songs of rough-edged, heartfelt pop music; charismatic and very loveable. Amazing full-colour cover painting by singer/guitarist Mia Schoen. INCLUDES POSTAGE WITHIN AUSTRALIA – OVERSEAS CUSTOMERS CLICK HERE.
Debut LP from the now defunct Sleepies. Sixteen songs of rough-edged, heartfelt pop music; charismatic and very loveable. Amazing full-colour cover painting by singer/guitarist Mia Schoen. INCLUDES OVERSEAS POSTAGE.
Three non-hits – singer/guitarist Mia’s swinging and swaggering ode to giving it your all (Online), drummer Chrissy’s bizarro falsetto excursion (Hello) and my crooked crooning take on commitment (Cabaret). SOLD OUT!
Sleepy Township’s make their vinyl debut with three scratchy clatter-pop gems, while the Cannanes come up with one of their best ever songs in Tennyson and dovetail in some intriguing casio directions. COMPLETELY SOLD OUT