Slow Club

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Slow Club is a band that takes its listeners from quiet intimacy to boisterous fun. Using the medium of pop songs, they surprise and delight with toe-tapping tunes and insightful lyrics about love, death, friendship, and other essentials. Slow Club hails from Sheffield, England, and is essentially Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor, two friends who write and play catchy songs together, now joined also by bassist Steve Black and drummer Avvon Chambers. David Garland welcomes Slow Club to the WNYC Studio to perform songs from their new album, "Paradise," and for lively conversation about their music making.

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Comments [2]

margaret krug

oh my gosh....

Nov. 13 2011 09:08 PM
ranjit from Brooklyn

was that a little bit from the Sea Organ in Zadar at the verrrrry end of the show?

Nov. 13 2011 08:59 PM

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