Flesh

by No Mas Bodas

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Flesh 7" vinyl single available through Haute Magie:
hautemagie.com/vinyl/no-mas-bodas-flesh-7/

New video for "Ocean"
www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rIpEkccN54&feature=plcp

Video for "Flesh"
www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0F47szgbEc

EVERETT TRUE chose "Flesh" as one of his favorite songs of 2011:
"I want to mention Ništa Nije Ništa here. I love Ništa Nije Ništa. The name might mean little to you, but the two albums I’ve heard (released via Faust’s Hans-Joachim Irmler’s record label) made me so happy some years back: a little reminiscent of the female jazz improvisation combos led by folk like Lindsay Cooper and Julie Tippett I would see at the London Musician’s Collective in the early 80s, their music is febrile, Dada-flecked, skitterish, playful, admonishing, circular. I’d like to mention Effi Briest too, just cos I can. No Mas Bodas remind of these bands, just a little, not too much … enough and no more. Their music is – damn it all, I was going to use the description “beguiling”, what the hell is wrong with me? – is most welcome in this house: subtle, chiding, elliptical, warm, inviting. Playful, experimental, spontaneous but clearly with an idea of what’s going on, the voices trilling and vibrating but not in an (overtly) cute way, brass and string instruments adding texture and counterpoint. This reminds me of Danielle Dax, too – but at some point, everything great reminds me of Danielle Dax."
www.collapseboard.com/everett-true/everett-trues-20-favourite-songs-of-2011/#comment-109987

credits

released 10 March 2011

Kristina Boswell - Vocals + Synth
Sheila Scoville - Magic Box
Sarah Malika - Guitar + Bari & Alto Sax + Bass
Margie Osborne - Cello

Recorded at Klearlight Studio by Jay Jernigan
Produced by Jay Jernigan & No Mas Bodas
Mixed & Mastered by Jimi Bowman @ Klearlight Studio

Artwork by Megan Burns
www.meganburns.com

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