Andy Jossi (music) and Krissy Vanderwoude (words/voice) combine once more on new single Birds and to great effect, it has to be said. The words should affect the emotions of the listener whilst Jossi’s musical and artistic sensitivity provides the suitable accompaniment. Combined With Vanderwoude’s ethereal voice it results in a haunting and beautiful song … Continue reading
We Can Dream is the latest track by Andy Jossi and his longtime collaborator Krissy Vanderwoude. It originally appeared on the Songs from Quarantine compilation which was released last month. The song, which was the highlight of the aforementioned compilation for me, is a gentle affair highlighting the subtle guitars, thoughtful words and that voice. … Continue reading
The new single from The Churchhill sees Andy Jossi team up with Jack Richard Sobel from Black Swan Lane who, like previous collaborators before him, supplies the words and voice. The sound is vast and expansive as Jossi pushes the boundaries of epic dreampop ever further whilst Sobel’s lyrics and sometimes stoic vocals could signal … Continue reading
You know you are in for a treat when Andy Jossi’s The Churchhill Garden team up with Krissy Vanderwoude who once again supplies the lyrics and voice. The combination of that voice and Jossi’s guitars is always one to look forward to as together they produce a fantastic array of sounds. Vanderwoude’s voice is dominant, … Continue reading
Fascinations Grand Chorus – Can’t Let Go Fascinations Grand Chorus release a new album at the end of the month in the shape of the wonderfully named Presentations of Electrical Confectionery. The opening track Can’t Let Go has just been released as a taster. It’s another fine example of 1960s girl band inspired indiepop the … Continue reading
This is marvellous. Illustrious shoegaze from Switzerland with US songstress Krissy Vanderwoude providing the words, which are hard not to empathise with, and her lovely voice once more. If you think the artwork is beautiful wait until you hear the song!
This could well be Swiss outfit The Churchhill Garden’s finest moment to date. Escape to a world where My Bloody Valentine are fronted by Harriet Wheeler and you are halfway there. The song itself is heavenly, atmospheric and beautiful none more so than the voice of Seashine’s Demi Haynes. The soundtrack to my (and your) … Continue reading