Mv & Ee / Country Stash
Album: Country Stash   Collection:General 12"
Artist:Mv & Ee   Added:Jul 2011
Label:Three Lobed Recordings  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-07-31 Pull Date: 2011-09-18 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Sep 18 Sep 11 Aug 28 Aug 21 Aug 7
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 23, 2013: Home Free
Tea Devil
4. Nov 02, 2011: razor's edge
Tea Devil
2. Nov 18, 2011: Airtest
Foxy One
5. Sep 30, 2011: Songs : Cantan with so many frends
Foxy One
3. Nov 12, 2011: Songs: Cantan with others
Foxy One
6. Sep 15, 2011: prime time ii
Country Stash

Album Review
Adam Pearson
Reviewed 2011-07-29
Folky, twangy New Weird psychedelic. MV + EE is neo-psych veteran Matt Valentine and partner Erika Elder. Reverb-laden layers of guitars, deep bass, light percussion, trippy astral effects, muddled production, and instrumentation spilling out from the Neil Young-esque excess. Just hippy central - psychedelic, drug informed drifting along. Not a care in the world. This music was made for sunny afternoons in Golden Gate Park. No FCCs. All are great. Side A for short, side B for long. 33 RPM

Side A:
1. Trippy, freaky dreamy new weird America, ringy bliss. Woods' Jeremy Earl contributes harmony vocals. (4:58)
2. Lush, laid-back psych groove, lots of delay, melodic, beautiful. (4:16)
3. Extended loose delay, reverb chords, lengthy guitar/mandolin/flute passages, shimmery guitars. 13 minutes of San Francisco leaf puffing. (13:11)

Side B
1. Cool, slow hip feel, deep bass drum keeps the time with sexy female vocals, cosmic outer space effects. (9:32)
2. A little more urgent, female vocals buried in delay/effects, acid wah guitar comes in with harmonica, less percussion on this one, ends on space raga trippy fusion. (11:25)

Track Listing
1. Foxy One   3. Country Stash
2. The Crash Palace Of Records   4. Tea Devil
  5. No There, There