Collected selected archive from Tex La Homa, 2010 - 2010.
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'“A gentleman with a firm grasp of the importance of stillness and
silence in music. His beats roll in like sleepwalking tapdancers, his
basslines are corpulent and cavernous and he has less a vocal style and
more a bedside manner where he half- whispers at you.”' > NME..
....'A beautifully understated, fragile affair. Bewitching and addictive.' > The Times
....'Tex La Homa stealing the show with a combination of shoe gazing lyricisms and reversed electronica. Like listening to radio waves from space' > Touch..
....you will have a wide grin on your face, the uncluttered joy of
these songs reminding why music is so important in this complicated
world' > Terrascope..
....rich instrumental elements and pained vocals to tell deep and disturbing tales of regret and intrigue. Lovely."
...."I really don't think I've heard a current band get the shoegaze
sound in all its subtlety so well- the drums are low in the mix and
lazily played, the guitars lines are blurry and distorted with just a
touch of melancholy, and the vocals sound like they are being whispered
from some far away cloud." > Foxy Digitalis..
...."from crisp acoustic clarity to hazy ectoplasmic murk. All deeply evocative and
hallucinatory in a dreamily atmospheric way" > Dream Magazine
....“Simply beautiful” > Drowned in Sound....
Tex La Homa stealing the show with a combination of shoe gazing lyricisms and reversed electronica.
It's like buying several mind DVDs at once.
Among The Never Setting Stars by Matthew Shaw
On Saturday 24th March, just past the Equinox I met one of my hero's, Michael Dames. I first read The Silbury Treasure b...
Last month I took a trip to the ICA in London for a perfomance art experience titled 'The Rot of the Stars'. The introduc...