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Feast On My Heart Precaution Weather Radio The Human Body Read A Book Driving School Gravity Working Is No Problem Stop It. And my senior year of college, I played the Do LaB and, dude, I had friends on stage with water guns and, a chunk of high school friends here and chunk of college friends here, and it just felt like I was surrounded by homies. I'm just excited to be back in that environment, and the artists they curate; it's just a great experience.

You played at the Do LaB stage last weekend, what was your favorite part about it? Elderbrook : Coachella was amazing. It's something I think every artist wants to play and I feel lucky to have been able to myself.

My favorite part about it was testing out some new material that I've wanted to do for ages. I think it went down okay!

Dance Spirit : We always craft and play original music and material and we've been jamming out in the studio writing new grooves and moods that we think will be appropriate for the festival. They have always strived for a top quality production, and most importantly, their attention to the sound. The mood is always fun and always on. It's is a shaded structure and when it gets hot enough they water down the crowd with giant squirt gun hoses. Overall, it's super vibey and fun. Their reputation brings in the right kind of heads, but also attracts new ones as well.

I think they did a great job curating the stage this year, and we are honored to be asked back. KMLN : Their vibe there is all about family feelings, colorful, playful and most of all inclusive.

And the water guns. Elderbrook : The energy of the crowd was great. It was the first day of Coachella so everyone was full of energy. I love playing festivals but this was a new level! Water guns, bubbles, friends…And [you meet new people and] you're like, "Ah, we can be friends too.

You've played Lightning in a Bottle before too; do you feel like the Do Lab stage is like a mini version of that within the larger Coachella vibe? I would have to say that LiB is its own unique festival considering the fact that it is a varied curation of many genres over three or four stages. The LiB festival goes further into musical territory in my opinion. As far as context at Coachella, I would assume that the Do LaB experience is for people who are excited for the lineup or others who are looking for something new.

You [can] go to listen to a band, but at Do LaB you go to feel it and let it move you. In the end, we will let the Instagram influencers decide [laughs]. The main difference is at Coachella you're missing all the beautiful art, workshops, games and the adventures you can have finding strange little nooks of delightful surprises that makes LiB so special.

Elderbrook : Yes, definitely! The whole experience of the stage and the art behind it definitely reminds me of LiB. What does it mean to you to be a part of Do Lab's curated Coachella experience? Needless to say, we are excited, and dare we say one more time, excited to play on that sound system! KMLN : It's so exciting and an honor to be playing on the same grounds as so many legends of music history.

We love Do LaB so much and wanna grow old with them. Elderbrook : It means so much. Like I said, playing Coachella is so many musicians dream and to be part of it just felt amazing. I love how people dance on stage, as a DJ it really feels like you're a part of the party. They see the festival as a pivotal turning point in success as a group, especially in the U. This time they are listed at the top of the lineup for their Friday evening set both weekends, and will be premiering their latest project, a degree short film to accompany one of the fan-favorite tracks from 's Solace , "Underwater.

Read on to hear from band members Jon and James about who and what they want to check out at the fest "We can lose hours in the Yuma Tent," says James and working with Frost for the video. They also discuss the creative process for recording their last album they got fancy synths and set up shop in Los Angeles! James Hunt : For us it's pretty special because we played Coachella for the first time in That felt like a really important turning point for us in our career, especially in the U.

It felt like after that set we found a lot more momentum. I think the visibility that it gave us, and the ability to play in front of that many people really helped us out.

It feels really special to be returning to the site of it. And one thing we love about Coachella, especially from that time when we were there roaming around and exploring, was how it isn't just about the artists and the bands that are playing, but it's a really well curated array of experiences and interactive art pieces; it allows the ability for everyone to curate their own little journey.

So we're excited to gallivant around and go on our own little journey. Jon George : Childish Gambino , [ Anderson]. James : Tame Impala , fellow Australian. Stephan Bodzin. The electronic contingent is always really strong at Coachella too, we found.

We can lose hours in the Yuma Tent under the disco ball shark thing. Can you talk about working with James Frost for the "Underwater" short film that you are releasing soon? James : It's been a really pleasurable experience working with him. And especially considering his resume, you know a talented director of music videos for Radiohead, for Coldplay.

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Download as PDF Printable version. Andrew Lauder Jake Riviera. In August , Mizon left the band due to family commitments, but returned to the fold in early In June , former keyboardist Taylor rejoined the band on bass. In February , the band made their live comeback at London's Club , with more gigs undertaken throughout , including appearances at the Rebellion Festival and Sinners Day Festival in Belgium. The "God Squad Saviour" single was released in June , followed by the album Mr Nutley's Strange Delusionarium mainly consisting of remakes of older material on 3 October, [5] both issued by Sartorial.

In , original drummer Mizon, original guitarist Herbage and guitarist Burnett all left the band and were replaced by drummer Alexander Lutes and guitarist Phil Thompson formerly of Bug , leaving Roxy as the sole original member. In , the band released the 45 Revolutions: Singles - compilation on Westworld. The band continues to tour and record new material. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Is Vic There? on Discogs. Label: Demon Records - D • Format: Vinyl 7 Department S - Is Vic There?/5(57).
  2. Who is Vic?.. Michael Herbage- 'No one really, it's just made up. It's not Vic Goddard!! It's just a bloke who rang up the office and got the wrong number and they said 'Is Vic there?' and someone made some silly comment about him and in the end they wrote the song/5().
  3. Artist Department S Title A Is Vic There? Remix B Put All The Crosses In The Right Boxes Format Single Label Stiff Year Code K Origin Australia Genre New Wave Grading – Vinyl VG+ Grading – Sleeve Generic * See Gradings Guide Comment.
  4. T make up the original tracklisting of the unissued Department S album (was to be entitled "Sub-Stance"). T13, 15 and 17 were single B-sides. T16 was a single A-side. T14 is one of two foreign versions of "Is Vic There?" (The French version is to be found on The Stiff Box Set). Sleeve features a text by Gary Crowley (March )/5(12).
  5. Department S are a British post-punk/new wave band formed in , who took their name from the s TV series Department S. They are best known for their debut single, "Is Vic There?", which was originally released in December and reached No. 22 on the UK Singles Chart the following lemnterszantfibtipa.celcountmentingtorchahardtirantifimost.co latest album, When All Is Said and All Is Done, was released in Genres: Post-punk, new wave.
  6. "Is Vic There?" is the debut single by post-punk band Department S, released by Demon Records on 29 December It was produced by former Mott the Hoople members Buffin and Overend lemnterszantfibtipa.celcountmentingtorchahardtirantifimost.co title is a quotation from a Monty Python sketch titled "Phone-In", which closed the comedy troupe's Matching Tie and Handkerchief album.. Release "Is Vic There?" charted at No. 22 on the UK.
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  8. Mar 22,  · The track in question was an atmospheric trip hop rework of Department S’ post-punk/new wave hit ‘Is Vic There?’ and it featured the Paris-based U.S. producer, DJ and vocalist delivering a haunting rendition on top of Clarke’s low, growling percussion and industrial bass sounds.

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