More noisy/abrasive, sinister lo-fi pop jams from Toronto's Little Girls, in the form of an upcoming release on their hometown label, Paper Bag Records. "Tambourine" is the raucous "bedroom goth" title track from the new EP (pictured above), due out June 2 on Paper Bag:
Grouper's Way Their Crept was apparently reissued earlier this year, although no one ever told me about it, and it seems info on the reissue is kind of hard to come by...
I briefly mentioned the murky, lo-fi noise-pop of Toronto's Little Girls a couple weeks ago, and the group has since made us aware of a couple of impending releases that you should know about. There's a 7" coming soon on Captured Tracks (home of Blank Dogs and Dum Dum Girls), with a 12" called Thrills to follow on Mexican Summer (Ariel Pink, Marissa Nadler, etc)...
"Girls" are clearly in line to be the new black/wolf/f**k/crystals for 09. So far we've got Vivian Girls, U.S. Girls, "My Girls," and just Girls (not to mention Women), and now, riding the dirty wave of ultra lo-fi yet extremely melodic/endlessly hummable noise-pop that seems to be building right now comes Toronto's Little Girls and TX's own Fungi Girls...