A Classic Education - 'Crawfish' (Elvis Presley cover) [Listen]
Bologne's indie-poppers, A Classic Education, have delved into the world of analogue with the first in a series of 7" releases from legendary Italian venue, Covo Club, by covering Elvis and Sam the Sham. A Classic Education take on Elvis and Kitty White’s 1958 duet, 'Crawfish' (best known as opening the film King Creole) as the A-side, and Sam the Sham's 'Li'l Red Riding Hood' on the reverse. You can listen to and download below.
Today's Mix/Cover/Live includes A Classic Education, William Elliott Whitmore, Einar Stray & Fang Island. MP3: A Classic Education - Terrible Day (Banjo Or Freakout Remix) http://www.myspace.com/aclassiceducation MP3: William Elliott Whitmore - 'Donât Pray On Me' (Bad Religion) http://www.williamelliottwhitmore.com/ MP3: Einar Stray - Arrows (Live) http://www.myspace.com/einarstraymusic MP3: Fang Island - Patterns On The Wall (feat. Andre... (continued) [read more]
Words by Jonathan Clancy Here is a glimpse into the life of A Classic Education during our trip to NYC and SXSW. Most of the shots, at least the good ones are by Giulia. Apart from being in A Classic Education she is quite the ace photographer. You can check out her stuff on www.giuliamazza.com or if you want to see the bands she shot at the festival you can go here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/giuliamazza/sets/72157616621901029/ The band have just released a 7" dou... (continued) [read more]
Today's roundup includes We Have Band, Girls, Rolo Tomassi, Service, MEN, Mumford and Sons, and A Classic Education. *Remember! The news roundup gets updated throughout the day, so make sure you come back later for more news! We Have Band (pictured above) Having recently completed the recording of their debut album 'WHB', co-produced with Gareth Jones (Interpol, These New Puritans), We Have Band are now preparing for its release in early 2010. With 'Honey Trap' havi... (continued) [read more]
A Classic Education are a band from Italy that will go against any music/country based stereotypes. The music they create is laced with beauty and delicacy which was perfectly demonstrated in their maginificent 'First' EP. Definitely file them under 'Bands to Watch'. I had the pleasure of sending them a few questions and heres what went down. Hello! How are you today? Hey Oliver, just doing fine..enjoying the post-holiday season and getting my gear ready to head up into the... (continued) [read more]