The New Tuesday Weld Adopts Steampunk Aesthetic, But Promises a Wide Musical Range

Oct
24
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I opened the London Book of the Dead from the New Tuesday Weld and expected to find maybe some orchestral music, or perhaps some dark cabaret music. What I found was more of a whimsical tribute to jazz and cabaret music with a definite influence from more mellow indie rock.

Although featured in the movie Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist, this group definitely transcends that particular piece of unfortunate cinema. The particular song I have picked out is less in the style of the dark music I might normally prefer, but it makes for a great Sunday morning listen.

New Tuesday Weld- It’s a Wonderful Life.

Multimedia section of their website: http://www.tuesdayweld.com/multimedia_dreams.html

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Topics: Music

1 Comment.

  • 1 Lord Baron Joseph C.R. Vourteque IV Jan 27, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    I listened to “It’s a Wonderful Life” the other day – have you ever listened to the last thirty seconds of that song? It’s the most heart-wrenching thing ever!

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