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How Are Your Windows? - Macha (3) & Bedhead - Macha Loved Bedhead - Bedhead Loved Macha (CD)

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  1. Apr 25,  · Macha Loved Bedhead Articles and Media. These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources so we can measure and improve the performance of our site.
  2. Jun 03,  · "The New Year are Bedhead minus everything I really liked about them" Blount you are correct, sir. I Heart(ed) Bedhead. I prefer Bedhead sans Macha, but the ILMers above are correct about the Cher cover. The cover improves upon the original immensely; the slowly sung and depressed vocal phrasing gives the lyrics a much more meaningful impact.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Macha Loved Bedhead - Bedhead Loved Macha on Discogs.
  4. May 10,  · 1 You And New Plastic 2 Never Underdose 3 Hey Goodbye 4 Only The Bodies Survive How Are Your Windows? 86 Believe. Skip navigation Macha Loved Bedhead .
  5. Apr 25,  · Bedhead's beauty breathes more bizarrely, while Macha's fog slows to intoxicating speeds. Both groups operate in the ethereal realm, and as .
  6. Dec 07,  · Macha Loved Bedhead, Bedhead Loved Macha is a correspondence in the vapors 86 abstract scars, er, songs, built into beauty marks. Bedhead and Macha have always respected each other, so when Bedhead sent songs to Macha, Macha lovingly completed them.
  7. ‎Slowcore pioneers Bedhead were led by guitarist siblings Matt and Bubba Kadane, whose musical collaboration dated back to their years spent growing up in Wichita Falls, Texas. The brothers continued writing and recording together even after Matt left home in to attend school in Dallas, and by 1. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  8. Nov 05,  · In , Macha teamed up with Bedhead, another brother-powered (Bubba and Matt Kadane) drone outfit, for the mini-album Macha Loved Bedhead. The group returned in with Forget Tomorrow. Macha's music combines the precision tension-and-release post-rock of Mogwai with the lush, hypnotic grind of My Bloody Valentine, along with elements of.

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