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- SUPERIMPOSERS vs ASHLEY BEEDLE

  1. 2010
  2. beach boys
  3. avalanches
  4. psych.disco
  5. baroque-pop

“sunshine pops” is Superimposer’s 4th album, but still they are one of UK’s best kept secrets.

The Superimposers – Tumbledown (Ashley Beedle The Pier Is Burning Vocal mix)

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The Superimposers – The Northern Song (Ashley Beedle Southern Psychedelic Radio Edit)

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Dan Solo and Miles Copeland some time ago hooked up with Shawn Lee to perfect their 60’s baroque West-Coast-Pop. Imagine Shuggie Otis, Beach Boys, Ennio Morricone, Free Design meeting The Avalanches. And although the influences are mainly from the 60s and 70s they sound fresh and modern in an erratic way. And – for the second time – they got Ashley Beedle to remix one of their tracks and he really gives it the unique “beedle”-touch. This time he turns one of my favorite album-tracks “tumbledown” into an 8-minute psychedelic disco monster-jam. There also is some weird german “kraftwerk”-counting and a prominent Steely Dan sample involved. Get their stuff here:

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