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Transgressive - TRANS636XX
Indies Exclusive - Transparent Green Vinyl
The WAEVE - composed of Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall - release their eponymous debut album, out on Transgressive Records.
Produced by The WAEVE and James Ford (Arctic Monkeys, Florence & The Machine, Foals, HAIM) and recorded in London earlier this year, 'The WAEVE' is a collection of 10 new tracks from songwriters Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall.
Joining creative forces in The WAEVE gave the duo the opportunity to push past their instrumental comfort zones. Many tracks feature Graham on saxophone, one of the first instruments he played as a young musician back in the 80s. First single 'Can I Call You' starts as a ballad then morphs into a krautrock-style motorik number with a sprawling Coxon guitar solo. 'All Along' features Graham on cittern, a medieval folk lute. Rose plays piano and an ARP 2000 modular synth. The heavy weather all over 'The WAEVE' recalls the blustery folk rock of Sandy Denny or John & Beverly Martyn, while tracks such as 'Kill Me Again' and 'Over and Over' recall the 70s rock of Kevin Ayers or Van der Graaf Generator, almost industrial in places.
Can I Call You
Kill Me Again
Over And Over
Someone Up There
Alone And Free
Youre All I Want To Know