WEAVE!'s debut EP, WEAVE!
Taking cues from The Slits, ESG, Kleenex, Delta 5, and 99 Records, Los Angeles' WEAVE! picked up the torch where their riot grrl post-funk/punk foremothers left off and transformed into something much more than homage with their reputation for colorfully chaotic, yet often spellbinding, live performances channeling dub, afro-pop, and a heavy DIY punk aesthetic.
Formed in 2007 by Ivory Lee Carlson and Nicole Turley (who currently play in Softness and Swahili Blonde, respectively), the band expanded to a four-piece quickly becoming one of LA's favorite live acts with members of Bubonic Plague and The Centimeters rounding out the band. Many shows and several line-up changes later, WEAVE! unfortunately disbanded for good in 2010- leaving us only with one solitary recording, the self-titled WEAVE! EP, currently on Neurotic Yell Records. For those who were there to witness WEAVE!, that fact has always been quite a downer as they had so many great songs played live that were were thought to never see the light of day...but rejoice, a second WEAVE! EP will be posthumously released featuring those songs in 2012 on Neurotic Yell. As they say, better late than never.
WEAVE! LIVE has included...
Ivory Lee Carlson (2007-2010) >>> bass, vocals
Nicole Turley (2007-2009) >>> drums, vocals
Bryan Lasley (2008-2010) >>> guitar, vocals
Phillip Haut (2008) >>> keys, percussion
Heather Cvar (2008) >>> backing vocals
Alex Black (2009-2010) >>> keys, drums, bass, vocals
Jenny Sayaka Norris (2009-2010) > drums, keys, vocals
The WEAVE! EP was originally released by Pacific Reasons in 2008.
Neurotic Yell Records has re-released the WEAVE! EP as a digital album, on CD, and a limited edition of clear Vinyl.
released November 3, 2008
Ivory Lee Carlson > bass, keys, vocals
Nicole Turley > drums, percussion, vocals
Christian Dautresme > guitar, misc
All songs written by Ivory Lee Carlson & Nicole Turley
Recorded, Mixed, Produced by Christian Dautresme
Mastered by Mark Chalecki
Album Art by Bryan Lasley
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