Panophonic

Posted: January 12, 2018 in Uncategorized

 

Thank you Mark and Losing Today for the kind words and for featuring the video for “I can’t come home”-
‘…scratch a little deeper beneath the surface and something truly magic and quietly majestic oozes through the grooves whereupon hints of an early variant of the Earlies channelling Spacemen 3 and Spiritualized stirs forth, nuff said.’

via Panophonic

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Pre-Order the new full length album by Philadelphia Post Punk artist Tom Lugo aka panophonic which includes “I can’t come home”, “Endlessly”, and “What can I do?- ftg Paul Baker of Static Daydream” will be released February 13, 2018 on Patetico Recordings!

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Post-punk, indie-pop, and shoegaze come together in a harmonious cacophony of sound, textures, melodies, and bombastic beats.

Tracklist:
Naughty games
Endlessly
Summer is at an end
I can’t come home
What can I do? ftg Paul Baker
We have today
Sweetest thing
See you again
Addicted
Fade away
Because of you

“Newly peeled Panophonic loveliness, this one features a guest appearance from Paul Baker of Static Daydream. ‘what can I do’ be its name, demurred in the kind of dream draped dissolves that used to be the trademark trope of releases bearing the name Kitchens of Distinction upon their grooves, there’s something here that ought to in the first instance, catch the lobes of those folk fondly recalling the brief but very bright tenure of the Wilde Club family, here I’m very much thinking of a youthful Catherine Wheel, yet stand back and let the sound soak and what comes to fore is the irrefutable ghosting of a reflective Skyray sky signing in the vapour brushed grooves. Responsible for causing mild flutters of the heart around these here parts since appearing on our radar, latest from the Tom Lugo / Panophonic sound desk is the forlorn softly bruised fuzz drenched anthem ‘endlessly’, swooned in swallow diving shimmer tones that sour like a crestfallen Chapterhouse, this hurt honey rises to the bliss kissed subdued and statuesque arc of Toy, always a good thing don’t you find.” – Mark Barton of Losing Today

“I Can’t Come Home which introduces a less echoing fuzz to the forefront than much of the material previously featured, giving the piece a darker more melancholic air in which the listener can let their mind drift as the varying textures interweave creating a layering that on each play through allows new ideas to be discovered.”- Tim Whale at Emerging Indie Bands

Bandcamp: https://pateticorecordings.bandcamp.com/album/endlessly
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Panophonic-33458859528/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/tomlugo

“I can’t come home video” on YouTube

Release date: Nov 7, 2017 “Rock Back: Stronger than the storm” a compilation in support of victims of Hurricane Harvey, Irma, and Maria. https://pateticorecordings.bandcamp.com/album/rock-back-stronger-than-the-storm

Over 50 tracks from artists from all around the globe have contributed their music to “Rock Back: Stronger than the storm” Disaster Relief Compilation to be released on Patetico Recordings.

Cover art by: Andy Jossi

Featuring:

  1. BNLX – Penny Drops (USA)
  2. The Churchhill Garden – Breath (Switzerland )
  3. Vibrissae – Incident Report (USA)
  4. Chiaroscuro – Empty Apartment (USA)
  5. BEATASTIC – Nothing Will Be The Same This Year (MWYDU remix) (UK)
  6. Flamingo Chicks – Mountain Bunny (USA)
  7. Fragile Tom – Removed From Fiction (Germany)
  8. Lusterlit – Flight (USA)
  9. Ummagma – Human Factor (Canada/Ukraine)
  10. Whimsical – Beautiful Virtue (USA)
  11. The Sorry Shop – Queen Of The North (Brazil)
  12. Tomorrow Forever – Do You Feel What I Feel (Italy)
  13. Dani Mari & Chris Miller – Emerald City (USA)
  14. Remora – Sayme (USA)
  15. Angel Falls – No Breeze (Long Version) (USA)
  16. Creature in The Spiral – Anodyne (USA)
  17. ArTLs – Eternity (USA)
  18. CLUSTERSUN – The Whirling Dervish 08:04 (Italy)
  19. Gustavo Leyes – No Me Miras 03:09
  20. Entre-Knobs – Xmas not so much (feat. Rob Boyd) (Argentina)
  21. Cascadia Fault Line – Tide to the moon (UK)
  22. Distant Creatures – Faith (USA)
  23. Blackpool Astronomy – In the wake of the night (USA)
  24. Periscope – Green Onions (UK)
  25. The Corrupting Sea – Horizon (USA)
  26. Soft Skies Inc – Top of the stars (USA)
  27. NAX – Siguiendo a las estrellas (Argentina)
  28. Alison Clancy – ET Phone Home (USA)
  29. My Favourite Things – A little closer (USA)
  30. Noise Cluster – Disasteriod KA (Italy)
  31. Painted Mirror – Tell me maybe (USA)
  32. MINT THE BAND – A horror story (USA)
  33. New Zero God – Tarrot Card Reader (Greece)
  34. New Nobility – Rebel hero (Australia)
  35. Bleach Bath – Shampoo (Canada)
  36. Clarence Mayhew – Irma judges you (USA)
  37. Red Crickets – My deviance (Finland)
  38. Violentene – Denial (Canada/US)
  39. THE QUESTION (eLaMoRTe) – Arian Rhod (mourning version) (Colombia)
  40. Two Way Analog – Not too late (UK)
  41. Sounds of Sputnik – Shades of the cosmos (Russia)
  42. The Skating Party – Strangled by stars (USA)
  43. The Raft – Glad I don’t know (UK)
  44. Sana Obruent – Adumbra Lineamenta Satis Quieta (USA)
  45. City of Dawn – Through our eyes (USA)
  46. El Ultimo Espacio Identico – Dos meses (Argentina)
  47. Parsons Rocket Project – Exit launch (USA)
  48. Lux’s Dream – Type 4 (France)
  49. The Age of Colored Lizards – Wake Up (Norway)
  50. Fir Cone Children – Action Speaks Louder Than Words (Germany)
  51. Tiananmen – The sun remains (Guatemala)
  52. The Blue Hour – Block the sound (USA)
  53. REV REV REV – We can but dream (Italy)
  54. Gr3g Hunt – Irma (USA)
  55. Whyme – Toda tu vida en un dia (Mexico)
  56. Panophonic – After the storm (USA)

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The concept of the Rock Back compilation series was born in 2011 when disaster hit Japan and Tom Lugo, Patetico Recordings’ label owner who is very passionate about helping causes and non-profit organizations, decided to reach out to the community of artists he has in his network to put together a compilation with profits being donated to relief efforts. The response was overwhelming, over 100 artists all over the world joined to together in the efforts. What was to be a single CD compilation grew to an 8 disc compilation titled “Rock Back for Japan”.

The compilation series hit the top 10 Indie Rock releases on Amazon.com’s chart for several weeks as well as certain volumes holding the number 1 spot.

Since then Patetico Recordings has released the benefit compilations “Rock Back: Animal Rescue”, “Rock back for Ecuador”, “Rock Back for Haiti”

“Whenever Tom Lugo reaches out to his musical family you know it’s for a crucial and essential cause, The Rock Back for Nepal CD compilation is no exception. I’m proud to be part of this relief effort / fund raiser for anyone affected by the recent earthquake disaster in Nepal and if I can help or contribute in some way to aid support and assistance to the many displaced people I will without question. Please support this cause and donate as generously as you can.” -Dean Garcia

“It is a horrible tragedy this destruction of culture and life. I feel lucky that I can use my craft and contribute a song to this fund to help them raise money for relief. If we can all do something to help and give relief for the people of Nepal we should do it now.” – Oliver Ackermann

“Standing In The Shadow Of Your Ghost is an ambient, haunting but somehow comforting and soul soothing collection of ten well crafted and well executed tracks.” – Thank you Joshua (J.Smo) Smotherman and MIDDLE TENNESSEE MUSIC for the great review.

Read the full review here https://www.midtnmusic.com/stellarscope-shadow-of-your-ghost/

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Stellarscope’s latest release, ‘Standing In The Shadow Of Your Ghost’, is infused with what could easily be found in your early 80’s alternative scene with bands like The Sisters of Mercy, Joy Division, Bauhaus and The Jesus and Mary Chain. They’ve masterfully taken bits and pieces from the Post Punk era and brought them forward into today’s realm…..

Many thanks Tom Lugo and Stellarscope for taking the time for Torched Magazine!

Read the interview here: https://torchedmagazine.com/2017/10/10/an-interview-with-phillys-stellarscope

 

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Stellarscope is honored to nominated for best Non-Local Indie band – 2017 elephant talk indie music awards at the watering hole in mays landing | Watering Hole | Saturday, 23. December 2017. 8th annual elephant talk indie music awards at the watering hole recognizes the best in local and non local acts to pass through the atlantic city area.

It’s a celebration of our local music scene 🙂
This year it takes place on Saturday December 23rd from 6pm-midnight
Indie NON-LOCAL-
Shy shape
The Foxfires

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DREAMING IN SOUND
The mega VA Compilation for Dreamers

Trying to see past the hazy, misty fog covered landscape you hear the music and suddenly what lies ahead doesn’t really matter. If this is what faith sounds like keep walking with your eyes closed and always remain Dreaming in Sound.
-Shoegazer Sanctuary Music

Dreaming in Sound was created for the sole intent of spotlighting the talents and sound of every artist involved. So links to more of their music are listed in multiple within each track description. Before this album was released the permission and advice of every artist included was confirmed.

Shoegazer Sanctuary Records exists for the Promotion of the Artists involved. This endeavor is a non-profit venture. No profitable funds to SSR will be gained. Any donations will go directly to fees associated with this bandcamp site maintenance and the creation of more, for the time being, promotional compilations.

The Beautiful Album Art and Design “She is Dreaming In Sound”
by: Yanna Fabian, The Infinite Seas

Album Curated by: Joseph S. Giangrave, Owner Shoegazer Sanctuary Records (SSR)

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