This one kickstarted my week allright!Â Cotillon is the moniker of San Fransisco based musician Jordan Corso, who dropped his S/T debut-album on cassette and digital via Burger Records earlier this year. The album has harvested a lot of praise throughout the press, and proves Cotillon’s abilities to come up with some truly great tunes inspired by a vast variety of styles. There’s clear elements of indie rock, psychedelia and pop involved, yet it is impossible to pinpoint his expression into one simple genre. It’s Cotillon, tune in!
I’ve loaded the spotify-player with the debut-album, be sure to check out what this guy has in store!
UK’s Super Fan 99 has pressed 20 (!!)Â Lathe- Cut Clear, Square 8″ featuring the album tracks “Call Me Up” and Left Bank”! Get in quick if you want one!
'Call Me Up' is the debut UK single from Cotillon. Released on hyper limited 8" (yes 8) clear square vinyl. Only 20 copies have been pressed making this an instantly collectable record, grab one while you can! Backed with 'Left Bank' each copy also comes with download code. Cotillon is the moniker of Los Angeles based songwriter Jordan Corso. Originally a bedroom recording project, Cotillon took band form in 2013 playing 50 plus shows touring West Coast America and beyond. Addicted to writing by that point, Corso took a brief hiatus from performing to record in the winter of 2014 with producer Chet â€śJRâ€ť White formerly of San Franciscoâ€™s GIRLS. The record was recorded among other joints at the historic East West Studio 3 in LA where Brian Wilson made Pet Sounds. Alongside the band producer JR dipped into his rolodex to call on friends, including past members of GIRLS, The Modern Lovers, and current drummer for King Tuff, Garrett Goddard to add a finishing polish to stunning effect. Released by the esteemed Burger Records in the US, Cotillonâ€™s self-titled debut album will be available through Super Fan 99 in Europe on tape and CD this summer. With SPIN magazine, NYLON, THE FADER and VANITY FAIR already raving about Cotillon in the US it seemed only fair he reach UK ears and Super Fan 99 were happy to oblige. Photo by Laura-Lynn Petrick.
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