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Songs From the Other Side of Infinity


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thesecretlivesofcats SFTOSOI is a side of LA Synth Punk we thought we’d lost along with our sense of humor. Erleen Nada narrates a bumpy anthropological travelogue—space mantras, cyber-oontz divas, sushi menus, pompous producers...wearing pants! Keeping us road safe are her DIY electro smarts, her otherworldly sensuality and her witty “over-it” personality. Nix the Suicide 7"'s when you hit this party. Listen with Sparks, B-52's, Wall of Voodoo CD's from 7th grade. And see her dazzle live when you leave your cave. Favorite track: Dance Music For Russian Spies.
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Andrulian This album has a great vibe. I really like the way it defies genres and typical conventions. There's a kind of 80s feel from the drum patterns, bass and synth sounds but some great contrasting elements and layered sounds too which makes defining the style of a particular song really difficult. The vocals are typically spoken, often with great attitude and sarcasm at times, always really well processed.

The production is really good, not too polished so the album retains a great edge. Favorite track: Peachy Keen.
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Peachy Keen 04:33
Sushi 02:16
Cowbell Song 04:12
I think we’re ready to lay this first track down guess what I’ve got a fever baby and the only prescription is more Cowbell, say it baby Cowbell, 1976 Cowbell, I mean really. Easy Guys… I put my pants on just like the rest of ya One leg at a time Except when my pants are on I make gold records Cowbell… explore Cowbell… I like what I’m hearing Cowbell… say it baby Cowbell.. guess what I’ve got a fever baby and the only prescription is more Cowbell… I mean really Cowbell… 1976 Cowbell… Bruce Dickenson Cowbell… Guess What? Babies before we leave here you’ll all be wearing gold plated diapers… diapers… diapers… diapers Ive got a fever the only prescription is… Cowbell, say it baby Cowbell, 1976 Cowbell, I mean really Cowbell, Guess What? I’ve got a fever baby and the only prescription is more Cowbell… Easy guys Cowbell… I mean really Cowbell… I like what I’m hearing Cowbell… Say it baby Explore the space I mean really, explore the studio space I’m telling ya fellas Your going to want more cowbell on that track… Cowbell, say it baby Cowbell, 1976 Cowbell, I mean really Cowbell, Guess what You have what appears to be a dynamite sound… Ive got a fever baby the only prescription is more Cowbell, Say it baby Cowbell, 1976 Cowbell, I mean really Cowbell, I like what I’m hearing
Situation (free) 03:37


"Nothing not to like about a psychic uterus!"

—Gerald V. Casale


"I've known Erleen Nada as a musician, and a shit-hot graphic designer; best I've directly worked with since John Yates. For the "White People and the Damage Done" album, she fired off over a dozen front covers; at least half of them keepers, and wildly different from each other.

When I noticed footage from my favorite space alien cult in her "Psychedelic Spaceship" clip, I was hooked.

All the more knowing she hails from Colorado Springs, CO; the childhood home of my own father - and Lon Chaney, Sr."

—Jello Biafra


"Just when I thought electronic music had become the enemy, Erleen Nada handed me a glittery treaty of irresistible pop gold. A sassy synth-master, Nada’s avant-garde space tunes carry a sense of colossal power and urgency. Cooing dark and hilarious nonsense over warped, beautifully coarse synth jaunts, she seems to tell the listener, “Freak out, or perish.” “Psychedelic Space Ship” is this demo’s oddly addictive standout track, with a pulsing beat and twangy guitars that—when isolated from the vocals—sound like the best of Queen. Nada might have much more psychedelic tastes than the average electro-songstress (think Santigold or Peaches), but she also sounds much more authentic."



released October 18, 2017

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Erleen Nada Los Angeles, California

Minimal Synth
Synth pop
Synth Wave
Minimal Wave
Dream Wave
Dark Wave
Dream pop
Post punk
New Wave
Electro pop
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