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Best of the Year #2, View, Listen and Download

12.20.2009
Our favorite Luxury Wafers sessions with indie musicians in 2009

This selection comes from Amanda Lemieux, who has been with Luxury Wafers as a videographer, video editor and all-around good-viber since she moved to LA from the east coast about a year ago. From #12 to her numero uno, the songs are listed below as mp3s or videos with links to the original sessions for [...]

Video &Track Of The Day: Sea of Bees, Willis

03.24.2009

Sea of Bees haunts with a striking, wispy-weird Bjork-like recording of Willis. Read the full review with more downloadable audio and videos at Sea of Bees’ Luxury Wafers Session. Sea of Bees – Willis – Luxury Wafers Sessions from Luxury Wafers on Vimeo.

New Sea of Bees Video with download: When Gnomes Applaud

02.24.2009

Another gem from an extraordinary artist: Sea of Bees records When Gnomes Applaud,  Live at The Hangar in Sacramento. Solid, rhythmic guitar and ethereal vocals make for an alluring trance. Jules could easily be singing in an alien or come-on language, like Sigur Ros…imagine it if that’s your thing….the song transports you to a new [...]

Sea of Bees, Live@The Hangar in Sacramento

02.15.2009
Sea of Bees plays live for Luxury Wafers during a session at The Hangar in Sacramento

Jules from Sacramento is Sea of Bees, nothing short of a supernatural sensation. I’m so excited about this these tracks. Jules’ sound is infectious and odd, and her high wispy register gives me the chills. We had the pleasure of recording her Live@The Hangar in Sacramento, where she’s been working with John Baccigaluppi. A one [...]

Premature Trackulation: See of Bees (Jules), When Gnomes Applaud

01.07.2009

I’m so excited about this new artist, Jules, aka Sea of Bees. We had the pleasure of recording her Live@The Hangar in Sacramento, where she’s been working with John Baccigaluppi. Jules is a one girl phenomenon who wields eerily uncommon gifts in the departments of song structure, writing and singing. Pressed to compare, I’d say [...]