*NO OBJECT* in its full glory is both downloadable music and physical artwork. Other than the shipping, this costs no more than the download-only version, so go for it!!! You get hand-stamped front and back covers, two photos (from a series of 24), and lyrics, all assembled by hand and wrapped up in a 7" bag. And of course you get to download all the music from *NO OBJECT*.
Includes unlimited streaming of No Object
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
NOTE: You can get the "...with objects" version of this for the same price plus shipping, so consider that before you go the download-only route!
NO OBJECT is Le Weekend's fourth recorded work, a succinct "thing of music" released June 20, 2014 on POTLUCK. Its eight songs happen FAST--average song length around 1:45--in a controlled detonation of serious pop: melody, harmony, time changes, hooks.
Like everything we/you have ever done, NO OBJECT is driven by choices amid constraints. In this case: the choice to say that invisible music is still real, that the link between the music and the art doesn't require they share the same box, and that we/you could work magic with limitations. Money, it turns out, is indeed a thing? Dig into non-$ resources. The "fancy" recording interface breaks down on the drive over? Change the plan. Sporting wrinkly clothes, an average face, plus you've got a report that's due on space? Alright, we/you get the drift. We had to compromise because we/you always have to compromise. But this thing of music comes from OUR compromises, and in the world of all possible obstacles, minor ones like these are no object.
released 20 June 2014
Recorded by Le Weekend | Mixed and Mastered by Nick Petersen at Track & Field | Artwork by Le Weekend | Bob Wall, Matt Kalb, Robert Biggers | Robert = most of the layers of background vocals on “Birds” | Bob = all the guitar on “Outo” | Else = what you’ve come to expect | THIS IS POTLUCK #24