The CAULFIELD SISTERS – ” Say It With Fire ” EP

Posted: April 8, 2017 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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The Caulfield Sisters "Say It With Fire" EP

American laundromat Records have done a very special reissue of The Caulfield Sisters debut EP “Say It With Fire” on a one-time, limited edition run of 150 cassettes. The Super label took great care in preparing this one. Our good friend and designer Lonny Unitus reworked the original CD artwork and added some rare live photos by photographer Jasper Coolidge. Choosing a beautiful purple tint cassette shell, and spared no expense duplicating at National Audio Company on the very best Chrome Plus tapes with Dolby B NR. It also includes digital download card. The Caulfield Sisters are a critically praised independent band, noted at times for their sonic similarity to Throwing Muses and Galaxie 500. They have appeared at the annual CMJ music marathon, were featured in the New York art magazine Esopus,

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The Caulfield Sisters have been called the Brooklyn Breeders and were named one of “NYC’s 10 Bands to Watch” by Time Out New York magazine. Featuring former members of the bands Pee Shy and Gloria Deluxe, The Caulfield Sisters debut EP “Say It With Fire” is a stunning release that has enjoyed critical acclaim worldwide.

“Sounds like angel babies from heaven after a night with Uncle Makers Mark” – VICE magazine

“Whimsical, beautiful and a little sad…atmospheric gems that will have you swaying back and forth, eyes closed and a sloppy grin on your face. Clearly these ladies have all the raw dreamy notions that most current music completely lacks.” – BUST magazine

“Perhaps the finest noise pop band in town” – Time Out New York

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