Stellarscope's video for the track Inside Out from the CD Living Under the Radar. Inside Out received a Honorable Mention from the Billboard Songwriting Awards in 2006
Swirly, space-rock sounds from the folks behind the Philadelphia PopNoise festival
author: Philadelphia City Paper
Can we just fess up we're doing a little catching up here and get on with it? We got turned on to the spaced-out sounds of Stellarscope around the time of frontman Tommy Lugo's PopNoise Festival ? a celebration, Lugo told CP's M.J. Fine, of "Indie, shoegaze, dreampop, goth, psychedelic, experimental, post rock." And yeah, we know that was like a month ago. We've got no excuse. We slept on getting this up here for you. Shoot me, okay? Stellarscope's Living Under the Radar reminds one of the glory days of Philadelphia's Low Orbit Lounge, when Philly was this crazy incubator for the spacey space rock sounds (including those of Apollo Audio empresario Eric Harms' still excellent Asteroid #4). Swirly, space-rock sounds from the folks behind the Philadelphia PopNoise festival. Living Under the Radar is like a lost artifact from Philly's Low Orbit Lounge era. Only it doesn't sound like an artifact at all.
Posted by Tom Lugo on December 30, 2010 at 1:32 PM