Lullatone has got a new self released album in time for summer. For: anything by a pool ice cold drinks (with foam things around them to keep them extra cool) just cruising on a skateboard (without too many technical tricks) making sun tea bonus juice at the bottom of your shaved ice itching after sitting in a patch of really really green grass making a funny sound while walking around in flip flops sweating eating dinner outside hammock naps spraying a friend with a garden hose wishing you were wearing more clothes in the freezer section of the supermarket pretty much anything involving a backyard and - eating way too much watermelon Summer Songs - EP by Lullatone
Lullatone "A Slow Waltz (Halo Remix)" Here's a remix by Italian artist Halo from a classic Lullatone track (free download). He does a great job at preserving the minimal melodic nature of the song, but puts a new spin on it. Halo is a project of Pasquale Riviezzo, age 21, which coincidently is the same age as Shawn Seynour when we released his first album, Computer Recital on Audio Dregs in 2003 where this song came from. In Pasquale's words:
"This is a remix I made for Lullatone, a popular music group based in Nagoya, Japan, whose music is characterized by an innocent, child-like quality and spare, lo-fi sounds. It will be included in a compilation CD which will be released in China later this year."
You can get it here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dropophone/id376771022?mt=8# Create your own minimalist melodies with this exciting new app. Based on Lullatone's album "Little Songs About Raindrops," this app allows you to make songs that sound like drips and drops falling on a tiny orchestra of instruments.
This is the first in a series of relaxing daydream-able videos that Lullatone are producing together with Secondary School. From the album Songs That Spin in Circles (Audio Dregs 2009).