The Line Of Best Fit showcases The Shiny Diamonds, Plastic Chair Explosion
UK music blog The Line Of Best Fit has showcased KFB bands The Shiny Diamonds and Plastic Chair Explosion on their latest compilation of Canadian indie rock “Oh Canada! Volume 9” alongside our friends Hawksley Workman and Gigi, and Vancouverites Apollo Ghosts and No Kids. Very exciting so tell all your friends to download it too!
[.zip] Oh! Canada Volume 9
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1. Hawksley Workman – (The Happiest Day I Know Is A) Tokyo Bicycle (*)
2. Paper Beat Sissors – Flicker
3. My Lovely Son – New Chance
4. Gigi – The Old Graveyard (Feat. Karl Blau)
5. Coeur De Pirate – Comme Des Enfants (*)
6. Lee Harvey Osmond – Cuckoo’s Nest
7. Cam Penner – All Of Yesterday (*)
8. Chris Page – Two Twenty Twos
9. Milks & Rectangles – Don’t Fall Into The Wrong Hands
10. We Are Wolves – Paloma (*)
11. The Shiny Diamonds – Portrait Of The Artist [Formerly Known As Prince] As A Young Man
12. Ghostkeeper – By Morning
13. Plastic Chair Explosion – Shoplifter
14. David Myles – Gone For Long
15. Apollo Ghosts – Snow On Mount Benson
16. Young Doctors In Love – Eloise And Her Sister Marta
17. No Kids – The Jazz Singer (*)
18. La Patere Rose – La Marelle (*)
19. Shout Out Out Out Out – Guilt Trips Sink Ships (*)
From the original post:
“…a sneak peak from The Shiny Diamonds new record (which was produced by Xiu Xiu’s Jamie Stewart) with the wonderfully titled “Portrait Of The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) As A Young Man” and an ode to love and shoplifting from Parksville, BC natives The Plastic Chair Explosion, part of Vancouver’s Kingfisher Bluez collective (which also includes The Shiny Diamonds).” -Ro Cemm
Thanks to Ro at TLOBF for all the love!
Awesome news guys!
You owe me a pint, Tim. 😉
Ah! It should also be noted that the generally fantastic chap Dave Morrison was the one who made the connection here. Thanks Dave for hooking up KFB!!!
Oh, you’re welcome, squire. 😉
I understand this is totally bitchin’, but where’s the Coachella review? 😦