Expensive but rare (or expensive because it's rare).
Caennais : message à contact [a] ww2w.fr
Canadians (who know Owen M.) : you can send a message contact [a] ww2w.fr (we could try sending him some extra copies to Toronto to reduce postage costs)
Includes unlimited streaming of #47 Wecord : Fantasy Mirror
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Notre Canadien préféré (ex aequo avec Destroyer) est de retour. C'est sa quatrième sortie en solo (les deux précédents albums ont été publiés l'an dernier chez nous en K7). Il a en conservé ses accents loureediens mais a abandonné sa guitare en bois et son chapeau de cowboy pour les troquer contre une boîte à rythmes et des synthés (+ une guitare électrique).
In XS Noise / www.xsnoize.com/video-premiere-marchildon-one-night-stand-watch-now/
"Owen Marchildon is a Toronto based songwriter and guitarist. He has been part of the Toronto music scene since 2002 when he played bass for the critically lauded, now defunct Math Rock Quartet, From Fiction. Since the breakup of From Fiction, Owen’s creative output has been prolific, producing volumes of his own music independently since 2005, ten full-length albums and one E.P. under three different monikers, Purple Hill, Rough Skeletons and Marchildon!.
Teaming up with long-time collaborator Paul Shepherd, 2019 will see the release of a new Marchildon! album entitled Fantasy Mirror. Unlike the jangley velvet twang of 2016’s Night Screamer and the stripped-down, poetically potent dynamics of 2018’s Please Pass The Potatoes, Fantasy Mirror is a drone driven guitar affair, with whirling keyboards and comically skewed lyrics, highlighting the many moods that encompass Owen Marchildon’s songwriting."
A1 Tyler, You Should Really Stop Using
A2 PBS Saturday Night
A3 One Night Stand
B4 She Is A Soil
B5 Currently Chihuahua
B6 Public Washroom Sink (extra track only on vinyl and for the vinyl buyers!)
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Paul Shepherd. Produced by Paul Shepherd and Owen Marchildon.
All song written by Paul Shepherd and Owen Marchildon.