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Standish/carlyon

Standish/carlyon

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selftitledmag - NEEDLE EXCHANGE Standish/Carlyon. Standish/Carlyon - Nono/Yoyo (HTRK Love Remix) Standish/Carlyon - Deleted Scenes (Select Album Tracks). Standish/Carlyon Deleted Scenes, released 14 May 1. Critics Multiply 2. Nono/Yoyo 3. Feb Love 4. Gucci Mountain 5. Industrial Resort 6. Moves, Moves 7 . 2 Apr - 5 min - Uploaded by felte "Nono/Yoyo" is taken from the album 'Deleted Scenes' by Standish/Carlyon. Tame.

Based in London for many years but now back in Melbourne, Standish/Carlyon have played Belgium's Sonic City Festival (curated by Liars) alongside Chris. Find a Standish Carlyon* - Deleted Scenes first pressing or reissue. Complete your Standish Carlyon* collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. 14 May Find a Standish Carlyon* - Deleted Scenes first pressing or reissue. Complete your Standish Carlyon* collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.

17 May "Australians tend to write with silence in mind," Conrad Standish told The Standish and bandmate Tom Carlyon have come a long way since. 10 Jun When bassist/vocalist Conrad Standish and guitarist Tom Carlyon left The Devastations to form Standish/Carlyon, they translated the former's. Tue, 03 Mar Post a comment ยท HTRK and Mika Vainio play Sydney and Melbourne. Both acts will share the bill at two shows this month. Thu, 10 Oct . 2 Apr Today we bring you a new video by futurist dub/pop heartthrobs Standish/ Carlyon. 19 Jul This woozy, fragile, shimmering, imaginative work from Conrad Standish and Tom Carlyon is a million miles removed from the gothy rock of.

Find Standish/Carlyon biography and history on AllMusic - The electro pop duo Standish/Carylon was formed. Find Standish/Carlyon discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Standish / Carlyon discography and songs: Music profile for Standish / Carlyon. Genres: Synthpop. Albums include Deleted Scenes, FACT , and Deleted. 1 May When done right, there's always something compelling about that kind of cold, crisp, slow-crawling beat that exists somewhere between.

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