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The Orielles

The Goyt Method

limited 12" EP - £23.99 | Buy
The Orielles on The Goyt Method: "Our concept for The Goyt Method was birthed from our interest in cybernetics, improvisation and experimental electronic m...
The Orielles

Silver Dollar Moment

LP + download - £23.99 | Buy
cd - £9.99 | Buy

limited blue lp + download - £19.99
From the first jangling sunshine chords on its opening track, this record declares itself to be a proper piece of indie pop goodness.

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*** signed *** limited red lp - £17.99
here we have expertly-crafted pop, created by dedicated artists on a mission to make music for people to really enjoy.
Disco Volador
  1. Come Down On Jupiter
  2. Rapid
  3. Memoirs Of Miso
  4. Bobbi's Second World
  5. Whilst The Flowers Look
  6. The Square Eyed Pack
  7. 7th Dynamic Goo
  8. A Material Mistake
  9. Euro Borealis
  10. Space Samba (Disco Volador Theme)

The Orielles

Disco Volador

Heavenly Recordings  
  • LP + download

    Released: 28th Feb 2020

    £23.99 £13.99
  • cd

    Released: 28th Feb 2020


Whilst the future of the world and its current cosmic wasteland might be up in the air, the orielles’ new album has its feet beating out a much-needed four to the dancefloor, defiant in the face of existential dread.

“disco volador” sees the 4-piece push their sonic horizon to its outer limits as astral travellers, hitching a ride on the melodic skyway to evade the space-time continuum through a sharp collection of progressive strato-pop symphonies. The energy on this album comes from the melodic fission of tension and release. recurring motifs explore space, not only of earth’s celestial atmosphere, but also what happens within the gaps and how sound manipulation has the power to carry, or displace, its listener. FFO Girl Ray, Khruangbin, Chic, Alvvays. “Disco Volador suggests the euphoria of whooshing through infinite space past astral displays of unimaginable beauty via a blend of disco funk, dream pop, electronic exotica and ‘70s highlife” 7/10 - Uncut