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  1. Instructions For Insomniacs Lap Steel Guitar, Recorded By [Lap Steel Guitar] – Lee Prebble: 2: The National Grid My Electric Family ‎ (CD, Album, Promo, Dig) Drag City: DCCD: US: Unknown: Sell This Version: DC Bachelorette: My Electric Family /5(5).
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  3. On "My Electric Family," Alpers meshes the light with the dark resulting in an off kiltered listening experience. Heavy songs brush against lighter fare and the results are mixed. The theremin enhanced opener, "Instructions For Insomniacs" kicks things off with an airy acoustic guitar before building into a breathy and bouncy country ballad.3/5(2).
  4. Watch the video for Instructions for Insomniacs from Bachelorette's My Electric Family for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. My Electric Family by Bachelorette, released 1. Instructions For Insomniacs 2. The National Grid 3. Mindwarp 4. Her Rotating Head 5. Technology Boy 6. Dream Sequence 7. Donkey 8. Long Time Gone 9. Where To Begin Mercurial Man Little Bird Tell Lies My Electric Family brings other humans into the relationship, working alongside Annabel Alpers' machines.
  6. Alpers has always favored an unusual mix of sounds and concepts in Bachelorette ’s music, but everything is given room to breathe and blossom on My Electric Family: “Instructions for Insomniacs,” for example, begins with an acoustic ramble that unfolds into a psych-pop reverie complete with dense vocal harmonies and flute-like synths.
  7. Bachelorette My Electric Family LP/CD/MP3/FLAC Drag City Released Catalog # DC Compact Disc $ Buy. MP3 Download $ Buy. FLAC Download $ Buy. LP $ Buy. All Tracks. Instructions for Insomniacs The National Grid Mindwarp Her Rotating Head Technology Boy Dream Sequence Donkey 3.
  8. May 26,  · “Instructions for Insomniacs” is a beautiful surprise, and lays the groundwork for My Electric Family, named for the artist’s affection for computers (and “machines”). Guitars — reverbed, fingerpicked or effects-laden — and gliding, multi-tracked vocals are set against the sounds of pulsing, gurgling, keyboards.
  9. New Zealand's Bachelorette present their third full length release, an album filled with gently psychedelic songwriting encased within beautifully detailed productions that cut through a variety of musical genres and disciplines. References to ELO wouldn't necessarily be out of turn, but equally, Stereolab-type sub-prog is high on the agenda. The excellent 'Dream Sequence' comes midway .

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