Palm Springs Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Palm Springs are from London and from Brighton, where they seem to have tapped into a deep lineage of guitar-focused classic indie rock. But with a few licks of electronica around the edges too! No Love Is Ever Lost is released on 12” vinyl via an imprint operated by Palm Springs themselves: Rando...view item
Palm Springs have been quiet of late. Their singles & album have sold steadily over the years and it's nice to see them offering up some fresh product. 'Blood & Water' is a limited 7" on Rank, with a B&W polaroid giving it the feel of a Hood record. Inside, you get a very gentle & melancholic concoction of tender, fragile sing-...view item
Oh cheers. Another thing to make me feel old. Its 10 years since Palm Springs first ever release.... and there I was having them down as a new band. This is a lovely way to celebrate their 10th year. ‘Seal My Fate’ is a fantastic slice of strummy guitar pop with a chorus so catchy it could kill at ten paces. I’m struggling for ...view item
An upbeat return from the Brighton based lot with the kind of sturdy jangle pop music that is also produced by the likes of British Sea Power.
The melody isn’t that far away from some of the solo Frank Black type stuff, a vaguely country-ish lollop tha...view item
Twinkling, pulsating melancholy from PALM SPRINGS who craftily veer between (the quiet side of)
Early JAMC, Belle & Sebastian, Cranebuilders & Tindersticks to create a very sweet & majestic album. Lush orchestration over yearning vocals, songs that occasionally recall a folksy downtempo
Field Mice to these...view item
Well I'm glad they've finally admitted to it and I'm sure Billy Joel is too. Everyone stop blaming Billy and all his mates for that bloody fire now, eh? I can't remember hearing these before but they seem to ply their trade in fairly epic and ambitious indie pop/rock with strings and all that. I'm finding it much easier to think of compariso...view item
Don't know much about Palm Springs but it's obvious on first listen that these dudes ply their trade in emotive, sentimental and timeless pop music. Musically it's all rousing crescendos and heavy string arrangements which make for a sweeping, majestic selection of songs reminiscent of Tindersticks, Belle & Sebastian and Cranebuilders among oth...view item
I'm not overly familiar with Palm Springs but here goes...It's the sound of someone's heart breaking committed to vinyl. Complete with elaborate orchestration there wont be a dry eye in the house as the singer utters 'Build it all up and tear it all down' He comes over all sentimental like. It's one of those records that those who connect with it w...view item
Palm Springs are back with a 7" on their Random Acts of Vinyl label. 'Free Atlas' is a well put together pop song, well produced with a slightly hazy, dreamy edge to it. It has a melancholy feel, with some elements recalling Crane Builders, Aztec Camera, and Tindersticks in the guitar. If you're a fan then I'm sure you'll enjoy listening To 'F...view item
Here's a lovely 7" by Palm Springs. Its very quiet and textural.
It has a man and a lady singing together. An extremely delicate record. There's
some really beautiful string like sounds on this record. Its somewhere between Galaxie
500, The delicate end of The Delgados and the cinematic stylings of Tindersticks....view item
7" by Palm Springs that sounds very much like Tindersticks.
The vocalist sounds loads like that guy from AR Kane but the music is
much more subdued featuring chiming guitars, keyboards and lightly brushed
drums. The B side is more acoustic with some really nice viola and some pretty
guitars. Pretty good....view item
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