Anathallo have parted ways with multi-talented member Andrew Dost. The group have cited a change in interests as the reason for the departure, though Dost has recently pursued a solo career. Anathallo are currently touring in support of their latest release, Floating World, which saw release last year courtesy of Artist Friendship Records.
Head on over to Anathallo's website to read about the Anathallo Co-Op. It's their alternative to a street team, where you can help them out by ordering copies of Floating World to sell to your music fan friends. It's a cool concept, so check it out.
Finally, AP is getting a chance to talk with Anathallo. Let me know what questions you have for them and leave them in the replies. If you haven't read my review, read it. And if you haven't bought Floating World, buy it. Thanks!
One of our forum regulars (Lazy_Sunday) filmed Anathallo's live set when the band played in Ottawa. Check that out at YouTube.com! Be sure to listen to the Anathallo's new songs on Myspace.com and purchase their new record, Floating World, at their webstore.
If you pre-orderedAnathallo's new album, Floating World, you should be receiving it in the mail very soon. If you were quick enough to be one of the first 200 people to pre-order it, you'll be receiving a handmade surprise as well. The disc is not currently available in stores and can only be purchased online and at shows.
There is a lot of Anathallo news! To start, head to their Myspace.com page to download their new song, "Hanasaka Jijii (4): A Great Wind, More Ash". The band's new album, Floating World, will be available at shows and online on February 25th and the pre-order, which begins on February 18th, will include a handmade surprise (more details soon). Also, expect new t-shirts to be made available soon, to correspond with the album. If you head to their website, you can download Floating World stencils, and a poster.
Ok, listen. A new Anathallo song titled "Hana Saka Jiji" premiered on Paste Magazine's podcast today. You can download an mp3 of the podcast by clicking here. Once you do that, play the podcast, and fast forward to about 4.30. I am telling you right now, this is one of the most beautiful songs I have ever heard in my life and I strongly strongly suggest you check it out...you will not regret it, I promise.
Fan reports in from Anathallo's show last night: a night of artistry presented itself in the form of saxon shore and anathallo. the merry band of lads braved a really, cold pittsburgh night to delight a crowd of 30. saxon shore played an intense 30 minute set of moving tunes. then anathallo came on and wowed all. no wrench, trash can lid, harmonica, glockenspiel, giutar, trumpet, trombone, or shaker was spared. anathallo opened with "floating world" and mangaged to get three more songs in the set (i want to say they closed with "a holiday at the sea" but i could be messing that up). they were absolutely brilliant on stage. the muscianship was obvious and the vocals were clear. they were...