It was the night of the blood moon when the brewing storm broke with full force. As the heavens opened and thunder & lightning put on an impressive show outside, Loudhailer Electric Company engaged gear at K94 for the hottest gig of the year, Nostalgia! Psychedelia! Poetica! Thanks to our buddies the fabulous Sleeperman for a … Continue reading Loudhailer Electric Company & the Blood Moon
Thanks to the legendary It's Psychedelic Baby Magazine for featuring Loudhailer Electric Company this month. We're chuffed to bits! We chatted about our musical friends, our record label DHM and forthcoming releases, our heroes, Richard Brautigan, Berlin, Grass Roots Free Festival, Gamelan, flowers, World Boogie and all sorts. We were first introduced to Psychedelic Baby … Continue reading It’s Psychedelic Baby!
Sing-Sing Spell Song... "When things are bad, you can sing-sing. Sing-sing for everything. And turn the corner to better times..." Translation: heartland hinterland faeryland brotherland wonderland alice in - in berlin heroin origin heretic addict or contradict lunatic moonatic rhetoric homesick or heartsick homesick or heartsick homesick or wallow in swallow reject or collect or … Continue reading Sing-Sing Spell Song
Two great Loudhailer Electric Company gigs last weekend. First up, Saturday at Humber Street Sesh Princes Quay stage Fab guitar and violin battling here. I’m really gonna have to practice playing my bass behind my head… https://www.facebook.com/chris.warkup.7/videos/10211957619350455/ Fab gallery of photos by Nix Chidlow, thanks Nix! Then on Sunday a fab outing to Withernsea Festival - we … Continue reading Loudhailer Electric Company Weekend
Thanks to Gifford Rolfe for his piece about our Loudhailer Electric Company album, Cursus Loudhailer Electric Company: CURSUS review by Gifford Rolfe. "A dazzling plethora of swirling musical images that carry you on a psychedelic big-dipper journey, full of excitement and majestic enjoyment" In the opening lyric of Out to Sea, Lou Duffy-Howard sings, "Where can … Continue reading Cursus Album Review
Big thanks to our official Loudhailer Electric Company photographer, Paul Newbon, for his stunning photographs from our album launch gig at Kardomah94 last weekend - we especially love these full band shots. Tim Wall's Méssièré Lighting trippy projections were amazing, the gallery looks like a box of jewels. Click on an image to see the … Continue reading Loudhailer Electric Company Album Launch #3