The Vaselines, Schwervon

Thu Aug 30 2012

9:00 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

The Bell House

149 7th Street Brooklyn, NY 11215

$22.00

Ages 21+

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Twenty years in the making, the second Vaselines album is here. Behold…

…Sex With An X

Recorded outside Manchester at the Analogue Catalogue studio in Mossley with Julie McLarnon engineering and produced by Jamie Watson who produced that first album Dum DumSex With An X was recorded the old-fashioned way: twelve songs in thirteen days (plus two b-sides). The Vaselines ca. 2010 is Eugene and Frances with guest musicians Stevie Jackson and Bob Kildea from Belle & Sebastian on guitar and bass, and Michael McGaughrin from the 1990s on drums. It may have taken The Vaselines 20 years to get round to making this baby, but it was worth the wait—bringing their solo careers to a climax. The irony has not been lost. Who says indie music can’t be fun? No hand-wringing on these tracks—just good clean smut with a twist of bitter.

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The Vaselines
Schwervon

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The Bell House

The Vaselines
Schwervon

Thu Aug 30 2012 9:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

The Bell House Brooklyn NY
The Vaselines, Schwervon
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$22.00 Ages 21+

Twenty years in the making, the second Vaselines album is here. Behold…

…Sex With An X

Recorded outside Manchester at the Analogue Catalogue studio in Mossley with Julie McLarnon engineering and produced by Jamie Watson who produced that first album Dum DumSex With An X was recorded the old-fashioned way: twelve songs in thirteen days (plus two b-sides). The Vaselines ca. 2010 is Eugene and Frances with guest musicians Stevie Jackson and Bob Kildea from Belle & Sebastian on guitar and bass, and Michael McGaughrin from the 1990s on drums. It may have taken The Vaselines 20 years to get round to making this baby, but it was worth the wait—bringing their solo careers to a climax. The irony has not been lost. Who says indie music can’t be fun? No hand-wringing on these tracks—just good clean smut with a twist of bitter.

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