Panda Bear has sat down with Pedestrian.tv to dicuss his upcoming yet-to-be-titled follow up
to the critically acclaimed 2007 solo effort Person Pitch. In the inverview, Lennox
described the sound of the album as:
"The rhythms are really basic and kind of raw and simple and are electronic. It's not
instrumentation, I’ve been playing guitar but I feed it through the same thing that the
sequences are on. It’s a very electronic sound and very voice heavy. A simple arrangement of
drums, the guitar and singing. Really there are only two or three elements to every song.
It’s pretty raw sounding for better for worse."
"The tone is a lot darker and it sounds sort of dramatic or romantic to me. But I’m in still
in the thick of the thing so it’s really tough to be objective at this point. So I have no
idea, but hopefully people like it. I hope its good."
Read the full interview here: [a]http://www.pedestrian.tv/blogs/view/3596/panda-bear-talks-
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"First thing work related is when we did two shows in Prospect Park in Brooklyn. It was outdoor, which was sweet, the energy of those shows is awesome and it was a lot of old friends and people I haven’t seen in a while, it was a really positive experience. It was two shows, one right after the other and we had a couple of friends do a stage set up, so it was a pretty elaborate production. I don’t think I’d like to do that all the time, but for a special event it was really special."
awesome, i was at one of those shows, and the set was amazing and really trippy. water themed, they had island huts and big waves that moved up and down and a big shark head that came across the stage.