Basement Dreams Are the Bedroom Cream
Back to bedroom, to happy accidents and magic errors. I turn the tape. I record over Bob Dylan, Syd Barrett, and in Beck's grave. I take out the drum machine, the flanger, and the acoustic guitar. Caffeine, nicotine. Garbage bags under the eyes, where kids sing swinging. Anxiety of passing time. Pitched boy, reverse woman. Take it as a trip. A colony of ants through the bloodstream. A yogurt pot burst on your hair. Baby whale cum against an obstructed sky. Effervescent, multicolored nails parings. Sun in your mouth. I play according to my own rules. I walk in the footsteps of my home. That's how records catch fire. Guillaume Marietta follows his band The Feeling of Love with his Marietta project. This intimate debut album was recorded solo and hacked in a bedroom on a four-track recorder in 2014. Ten raw, lysergic, melancholic songs, with folk, pop, and psychedelic tones. Mixed with Olivier Demeaux of the band Cheveu. Influences: Syd Barrett, Jonathan Halper, early Beck, Robert Wyatt, Kurt Vile, Cate Le Bon, Bill Callahan, John Lennon, Grover Lewis, Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, White Fence, Spectrum, etc.