Archive for the 'Bodies of Water' Category

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Last June Bodies of Water quietly self-released Twist Again – their most mature and, at times, subdued album to date. Autumnal in both tone and presence, the set was the first release following the exit of founding members Kyle Gladden and Jessie Conklin, leaving husband and wife David and Meredith Metcalf to their own devices. This […]

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

Los Angeles: huge, sprawling, and eclectic, has been likened to microcosm of the country as whole — truly a melting pot of various cultures, ethnicities, tastes and influences.  So is her music.  With various scenes and sub-scenes, rarely has there been a defining “sound” that marks the overall zeitgeist of what is happening in the […]

Sunday, January 11th, 2009

Bodies Of Water’s new vid for “Under The Pines” off 2008′s A Certain Feeling. I’ll leave you with two words: Wizard dog. Download: MP3: Bodies Of Water :: Under The Pines ——– Amazon: Bodies Of Water – A Certain Feeling + Download Bodies Of Water via eMusic’s no risk 25 Free MP3 trial offer. —————————————————————————————————————————–

Sunday, July 13th, 2008

Come on out to the Echo Thursday, July 17th, for Bodies of Water’s release show for their new LP A Certain Feeling on their new label home @ Secretly Canadian. Our friends The Henry Clay People and Seasons open. We have three pairs of tickets to giveaway to AD readers. Leave a comment below with […]

Thursday, August 30th, 2007

An Aquarium Drunkard presents John Vanderslice, live, at The Troubadour Thursday, September 6th with special guests Bowerbirds and L.A.’s own Bodies of Water. If you’re in the Dallas area, Gorilla vs. Bear will be presenting Vanderslice and the Bowerbirds September 14th at the new Dallas venue The Loft. Previously: Watch a string of acoustic tracks […]

Thursday, August 23rd, 2007

Back in the early ’70s Frank Zappa entitled one of his Mothers of Invention albums: Just Another Band From L.A., as a wry and sarcastic wink to the staggering amount of artists coming out of L.A. at the time. The same could easily be said for L.A. in the here and now of 2007. Having […]