Posts tagged: Tasseomancy

TASSEOMANCY // DO EASY (VIDEO) VIA THE FADER


TASSEOMANCY “Smashes Up Condo City In The Trippy Do Easy Video (directed by Zak Tatham)” via THE FADER.
Purchase Limited Canadian Only Clear Vinyl Version of Do Easy HERE.

“While writing ‘Do Easy,’ we were interested in manifesting the domestic flow of William Burroughs’s, The Discipline of DE. In Zak Tatham’s video, this domestic order is overthrown; chaos reigns and we break on through to a more instinctual side.” ~ THE FADER

 

TASSEOMANCY // 29 PALMS (VIDEO) + EU TOUR w/ ANDY SHAUF


TASSEOMANCY share surreal video for 29 Palms from the critically acclaimed “Do Easy” LP, out now on Hand Drawn Dracula, and announce EU/UK Tour w/ Andy Shauf. Purchase Limited Canadian Only Clear Vinyl Version of Do Easy HERE.

“The video for 29 Palms was created by our friend the very talented visual artist Jesi Jordan on one of her many adventures. To us, this song encapsulates so much: written for women; for artists and for any human who has ever felt themselves falling into nothingness while grasping at their own poetic string. Whether it be it a loss of self, loss of another or an attempt to create meaning in what we have all been recently reminded to be an obscene, unjust and uncertain world. This video helps push past the disappointment, the shock, and transforms the energy of apathy and apprehension into action. Jesi’s video is like a friend who calls us up on the phone and gently reminds us that life is not elsewhere but is happening right now and that’s all we’ve got. Immersed in the imaginative world of J.J. and her larger then life puppetry, 29 Palms gives us permission to be playful, to be soft, to be curious, to be real and to be constantly becoming our own stinky selves. SO how are you going to take your time? Why not seed the source of your own late blooming?” ~ Tasseomancy

“a witchy brew of new age mysticism, Cocteau Twins-style dreampop and good humor, with the Lightmans’ ethereal harmonies floating overtop” ~ BROOKLYN VEGAN
 

 

TASSEOMANCY // 29 PALMS (stream) via NOISEY


TASSEOMANCY share “29 Palms” via NOISEY
Do Easy LP release November 18th via Bella Union (ROW) and Hand Drawn Dracula (Canada).
*** Limited Canada Only Clear Vinyl Edition /// Pre-Order HERE.

“Tasseomancy creates music for the 21st century occultist in all of us” ~ NOISEY

“Tasseomancy strike gold with woozy new track “29 Palms”” ~ LINE OF BEST FIT

“Tasseomancy have shared alluring new track “29 Palms” – described by Romy Lightman as: “An ode to all the women in waiting for their psychic plumage to arrive”” ~ NORTHERN TRANSMISSIONS

11/17 Montreal, QC – M for Montreal
11/18 Hamilton, ON – Strangebarn
11/20 Guelph, ON – Ebar
11/21 Peterborough, ON – The Garnet
11/23 Toronto, ON – Baby Gs
11/24 Ottawa ON – Le Temporaire
11/25 Montreal, QC – Vitrola
11/30 Brooklyn, NY – Sunnyvale

TASSEOMANCY // MISSOULA (VIDEO) via I-D Magazine


TASSEOMANCY share “Missoula” video via I-D Magazine.
Do Easy LP release November 18th via Bella Union (ROW) and Hand Drawn Dracula (Canada).
*** Limited Canada Only Clear Vinyl Edition /// Pre-Order HERE.
 
“This fifth album from twin sisters Sari and Romi Lightman is easily the finest work of art to come out of Canada all year. Do Easy is a beautiful, accessible, jaw droppingly big sounding 11 track lesson in how to do witty, wise, lyrical dream-pop with the sort of perfection that the genre deserves.” ~ MONOCLE / MAGAZINE
 
“The Toronto-born duo have tapped into their folk origins to explore the otherworldly dimensions of pop music in their new release Do Easy (due out November 18 via Bella Union). The album’s atmospheric grooves draw from synth-pop and prog-rock to create a psychedelic pop experience.” ~ I-D MAGAZINE.
 
17th November – M for Montreal, Montreal
23rd November – Baby Gs, Toronto
24th November – Le Temporaire, Ottawa
25th November – Vitrola, Montreal
30th November – Sunnyvale, Brooklyn
 

Tasseomancy // Missoula (stream) via LOBF & Brooklyn Vegan


TASSEOMANCY reveal “Missoula”, the subtly beautiful new track is streaming via THE LINE OF BEST FIT (UK).
Do Easy LP will be released November 18th via Bella Union (ROW) and Hand Drawn Dracula (Canada).
*** Dates TBA + Limited Canada Only Coloured Vinyl Edition /// Pre-Order HERE.
 
Missoula has hypnotic rhythms with jazz brass and Bon Iver-y vocals. It creeps and slinks, with bursts of colour peppering the shadowy bones of the song – noises swoop in and out of earshot, never lingering long enough to clutter the atmosphere.”
~ THE LINE OF BEST FIT

“pulling from faery folk, Cocteau Twins and other mid-’80s 4AD, Kate Bush and other earthy, witchy sources.
It’s a really lovely record” ~ BROOKLYN VEGAN

“musical cues from Hebraic tradition, but enters the modern age with waves of warm synths and cool, hypnotic vocals” ~ EXCLAIM!

“holds itself as a deadbeat anthem for a generation unsure if anything is possible, synths and steady drums inhaling and exhaling, that’s worth drawing into your arms based on the tamber of their vocals alone – creatively endearing and deleightfully unsettling”
~ TOP 10 SONGS OF THE WEEK / CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND
 

TASSEOMANCY // DO EASY (stream) via THE FADER

Excited to announce TASSEOMANCY, aka Canadian twin sisters Sari and Romy Lightman, have joined Hand Drawn Dracula! The title track of their new album, Do Easy, is streaming via The Fader and the LP will be released November 18th via Bella Union (ROW) and Hand Drawn Dracula (Canada). *** Dates TBA + Limited Canada Only Coloured Vinyl Edition Pre-Orders HERE.

“glowing, dreamy retro-pop song, undercut with a little bit of melanchony – Romy and Sari’s lush vocals flit between pillowy and crystalline” ~ THE FADER

“Inspired by the wild flamingos of all the night karaoke soirees and the domestic manifesto of William S Burroughs’s The Discipline of DE, “Do Easy” is a iconoclast pop hit written from Romy Lightman’s sub-conscious in a basement apartment. Burroughs’s doctrine on finding “the easy way” struck me as something rare and I hung onto it like a piece of protection. Later on, I discovered that Genesis P-Orridge believed this text to be one of the greatest magic techniques for retraining the mind. Endorsed by Occultists, stoners, freaks, the ultra zen and the highly sensitive, Do Easy attempts to infuse the mundane with a gentle joy and a sense of simple delight. Tasseomancy’s choral interpretation was created with all this in mind. Additional vocals by Sari Lightman and arrangements by band members Johnny Spence on synth/piano and Evan Cartwright on drums with musical accompaniment by Brodie West on saxophone.” ~ TASSEOMANCY

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