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The Logic Of Building The Body Plan

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Issued in anticipation of the Bound Stems' forthcoming full-length Appreciation Night, the EP The Logic of Building the Body Plan delivers chaotic, off-kilter pop with an unerring sense of drama -- points of comparison ranging from early Pavement to the Arcade Fire are not hyperbole, but richly deserved. Songs like "Wake Up, Ma and Pa Are Gone" and "My Kingdom for a Trundle Bed" are meta-pop collages, assembled from the remnants -- wheezing vocals, dissonant guitars, field recordings, and martial rhythms -- in a grab bag that achieves a cumulative force endlessly greater than the sum of its parts. Very big, very soon.
© Jason Ankeny /TiVo

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1
Crimes And Follies
00:05:15

Bound Stems, Composer, MainArtist - Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou, MusicPublisher

2005 Flameshovel Records 2005 Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou

2
Totipotent
00:05:25

Bound Stems, Composer, MainArtist - Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou, MusicPublisher

2005 Flameshovel Records 2005 Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou

3
Wake Up, Ma And Pa Are Gone
00:04:55

Bound Stems, Composer, MainArtist - Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou, MusicPublisher

2005 Flameshovel Records 2005 Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou

4
Up All (Book Of Baby Lemon Night Swamp Re-fused)
00:01:56

Bound Stems, Composer, MainArtist - Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou, MusicPublisher

2005 Flameshovel Records 2005 Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou

5
My Kingdom For A Trundle Bed
00:02:44

Bound Stems, Composer, MainArtist - Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou, MusicPublisher

2005 Flameshovel Records 2005 Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou

6
Risking Life And Limb For The Coupon
00:04:24

Bound Stems, Composer, MainArtist - Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou, MusicPublisher

2005 Flameshovel Records 2005 Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou

7
Up All Night Epilogue
00:01:06

Bound Stems, Composer, MainArtist - Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou, MusicPublisher

2005 Flameshovel Records 2005 Rough Draughtsman (ASCAP), Hut Hut Hike (BMI), Lab Cabin (BMI), Grammar Camp (BMI), Danimal Sou

Album Description

Issued in anticipation of the Bound Stems' forthcoming full-length Appreciation Night, the EP The Logic of Building the Body Plan delivers chaotic, off-kilter pop with an unerring sense of drama -- points of comparison ranging from early Pavement to the Arcade Fire are not hyperbole, but richly deserved. Songs like "Wake Up, Ma and Pa Are Gone" and "My Kingdom for a Trundle Bed" are meta-pop collages, assembled from the remnants -- wheezing vocals, dissonant guitars, field recordings, and martial rhythms -- in a grab bag that achieves a cumulative force endlessly greater than the sum of its parts. Very big, very soon.
© Jason Ankeny /TiVo

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