Mother at Landet Presents
Live; Father Murphy (IT) & TV Dinner Education (SE)
Friday 11th April / 20.00 - 01.00 / 60kr entry
DJ Anja Enerud & Mother
TV Dinner Education (Live at 21.30)
Julian Murray (Munnen, Målgrupp) & Loti Sollevi (29:90, Optic Nest)
"On beat - off beat - beat on lyrics. When there is not much more you want to do then meet people and play music it's time to do it. Naturally born geeks with toy instruments, contact mic's on drums and some additional effects. Boom boom boom. This time joined with Peter Larsson's cool, self made VJ-ing for extra televisional feelings."
In the coming months this group will record their debut recording together with Linus Hillborg from Saigon to hopefully be released later this year.
Father Murphy (live at 22.30)
Older track; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rekVAts9MRA
Newer tune; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6P8wLfNt3E
Father Murphy is the sound of the Catholic sense of Guilt. A downward spiral aiming at the bottom of the hollow, and then digging even deeper. After having furiously performed all over Europe, toured North America with Deerhoof, Dirty Beaches and Xiu Xiu, been praised by the Archdruid Julian Cope, Swans head hounch Michael Gira amongst many others, the new installment of their unique sonic saga will be a concept EP on Failure, was released in January by Aagoo Records (US) and Boring Machines (ITA).
Like the previous record (“Anyway, Your Children Will Deny it” among the best 50 albums of 2012 for Rock-a-Rolla Magazine) the new piece was mixed and produced by Deerhoof's Greg Saunier.
Father Murphy, with three albums and a plethora of EPs and limited releases, over the years became one of the most mysterious and enigmatic musical entities coming out of Italy, part of that community that Simon Reynolds started to call the new “Italian Occult Psychedelia”.
"they completely floored me!... some of the most original, beautiful music I'd heard in a long time – think eerily spacious songs with strange yet perfect arrangements. And such nice people! I'm a huge fan" – John Dieterich (Deerhoof) as interviewed by The Independent
"Italy’s fabulously lawless organ-guitar-drums trio Father Murphy, who have – with their colossal new album Anyway Your Children Will Deny It – delivered a disc of exhilarating vocal harmonies, low church organ themes, and flipped out heathen tantrums all exquisitely staged and performed with that same theatrical drama as early This Heat or JA Caesar... Released on Aagoo Records, this is a haunting and superb work that you really must check out"- Julian Cope, Head Heritage
"The dead-eyed chants, keyboard drones and bone-dry rhytms of Italian Father Murphy's second album conjure up a funereal atmosphere somewhere between homemade Morricone and toytown Goblin... That ol'devil Dario would surely approve" - Joseph Stannard, The Wire
"Where to start? Highly recommended, we don’t know how to tell you about it... wonderful..." - The Organ Magazine