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Galapagoose ‘Commitments’ album out now! / Watch ‘One Who Can’t Move’ video by blak3b5
March 22, 2012, 11:24 am
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We are very excited to say the debut full-length album Commitments from Galapagoose is available now on limited edition 12″ vinyl with handmade, hand screen-printed covers and digitally through iTunes and other online music outlets.  Recorded in a flurry over a brief six-week period, the hypnotic melodies and psychedelic feel document the intensity of the moment, striking hard at the heartstrings. Already drawing plaudits from blogs and publications worldwide, and Album of the Week on hometown station RRR, the album is sure to find it’s way into your consciousness in the coming months.

Just premiered on JJJ’s Home and Hosed, the new clip for ‘One Who Can’t Move’ directed and edited by Emily Wormley is up on Youtube now, check it out below.  And if you haven’t heard, NY’s Braille has remixed ‘One Who Can’t Move’ for some upright dancefloor action.

Check the Braille remix here

Commitments is available now on limited edition 12″ vinyl through the Two Bright Lakes online store (Aust. only), and from Polyester, Northside and Wax Museum in Melbourne  Australia, and in selected independent record stores throughout the globe.

Digital download of the album available from iTunes and other good online music stores


Two Bright Lakes welcomes GALAPAGOOSE / New single ‘One Who Can’t Move’ by blak3b5
February 4, 2012, 4:29 pm
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Two Bright Lakes is very proud to welcome Galapagoose to the fold with the launch of the first single One Who Can’t Move from his debut full-length album Commitments.

Galapagoose is Melbourne, Australia based interdisciplinary artist Trent Gill. From a jazz theory background but with a distinctly DIY ethos, Trent’s musical creations take on many forms, from recording and composition, to designing studio hardware and computer software.

He is well regarded in underground electronic circles for his developments in live performance-based software, focused primarily around the Monome.

Though deeply multifaceted, Trent’s productions remain the central tenet of his output, harnessing a delicate soulfulness alongside brash experimentalism, with performances rooted in improvisation and spontaneous vocal sampling.

After traveling abroad through 2011 to tour with Young Magic (Carpark), of whom he produced the group’s debut album, Trent found himself living in NYC. Through a serendipitous alignment, a joint performance with Daedelus occurred, laying the foundation for the release of Trent’s solo debut album, ‘Commitments’, on Daedelus’ own Magical Properties imprint and released in Australia through Two Bright Lakes in March 2012.

Here’s what XLR8R magazine said about One Who Can’t Move:

“a two-minute song that mashes together a vocal and piano sample with airy synth lines and turns the side-chain compression up to 11. It all results in a unique crossover between frozen-in-place beat music and a sort of downtempo house.”