As the Electronic Anthology Project.
Here’s one for the Sure, Why the Hell Not file. Built to Spill leader Doug Martsch and bassist Brett Nelson decided to cover seven BTS songs in an 1980s synth-pop style and put the recordings out as the Electronic Anthology Project. (Via Twenty Four Bit.) Unsurprisingly, the songs– three of which you can hear at their MySpace— sound like the Postal Service. Hey, it worked for Owl City.
The Electronic Anthology Project:
01 I Dim Our Angst In Agony (Goin’ Against Your Mind)
02 Age I Felt (Get a Life)
03 At the Where (The Weather)
04 Eels (Else)
05 What If Your Dull (I Would Hurt a Fly)
06 A Gloss Siren (Israel’s Song)
07 Far Path Tall Sign (Things Fall Apart)
Posted by Ryan Dombal on August 2, 2010 at 10:20 a.m.