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Hidden Cameras - Interview With Joel Gibb
Hidden Cameras - Interview With Joel Gibb
Performer: Hidden Cameras
Title: Interview With Joel Gibb
Label: Rough Trade
Country: UK
Released: 2003
Style: Interview
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2921 mb | MP3 size: 1572 mb | WMA size: 1796 mb
Genre: Not music

1Were You Nervous Coming Out?
2Were You Aware Of The Clash Of Ideology?
3So, There Wasn't Much Music In The House When You Grew Up?
4How Does The Live Sound Differ From The Album?
5Is There A Gay Scene In Toronto? What's It Like?
6DId You Make A Conscious Decision To SIng About Sex?
7Do You Play In A Lot Of Churches?
8What Is The Age Of Consent In Canada?
9Did You Have An Idea Of The Sound In Your Head?
10Do Gays Have Rights In Canada?
11Is That Where You Prefer To Play?
12When DId You Start To Play Instruments?
13What Was The Process For The Album?
14Is There A Lot Of Anti-War Feeling In Canada?
15DId You Grown Up In Toronto?
16Tell Me More About Your Shows?
17Where Did The Name Hidden Cameras Come From?
18What Was The 1st Music That Made An Impression?
19When DId You Conceive The Hidden Cameras?
20Tell Me About Your Religious Upbringing?
21Have You Ever Had A Hostile Show?
22What Was That Like?
23Did You Know You Were Writing Songs In A Different Way?
24Does The Interest For Death In The Album Come From Experience?
25Do You Play WIth Religious Imagery At Your Shows?
26What Was The 1st Pop Song You Heard?
27Were Your Parents Of A Particular Sect?
28Tell Me About The Band That You Play With?
29How Do You Fit Or Not Fit In The Toronto Music Scene?


'The Smell Of Our Own'-era promo release. Glossy foldover paper cover in PVC sleeve.


Issued around the time of the releaase sits down with Joel Gibb - leader of the indie-pop consortium the Hidden Cameras - to discuss everything from socialized medicine to Stereolab. With the release of their fifth studio album, Origin: Orphan, the Hidden Cameras branch into epic territory with opening track, Ratify the New, and continue on with more eminently listenable pop gems. PopMatters recently sat down with frontman Joel Gibb to discuss everything from socialized medicine to his love of Stereolab. Hidden Cameras frontman Joel Gibb takes time out from his bands huge Euro tour to catch up with TLOBF, while the TLOBF lens snaps the band in action in Brighton. Job done. Except in this case, Joel Gibb and the Hidden Cameras are in the mist shrouded seaside town of Brighton. Gibb later becomes a victim of geography again, suggesting the further north you go the more up for it people tend to be, forgetting the fact that he couldnt be further south. Yet in itself this question acted as a challenge to the crowd, who, though small, seemed intent to have a party. Joel Gibb blanches at the idea he might already qualify as an elder statesman in Toronto indie-pop circles. Im feeling old now, yeah, the 37-year-old Hidden Cameras frontman laughs when presented with it, anyway. The Hidden Cameras return to play Lees Palace on Feb. Q: Was there any sort of grand design envisioned going into another Hidden Cameras album A: This record, Ive been thinking about since the beginning. It started with a funny thing of writing a song in F-minor, Gay Goth Scene, and then another song in F-minor, and then another. So I was making a list of songs for a prospective record, until I had enough songs. The Hidden Cameras are a Canadian indie pop band. Fronted by singer-songwriter Joel Gibb, the band consists of a varying roster of musicians who play what Gibb once described as gay church folk music. Their live performances have been elaborate, high-energy shows, featuring go-go dancers in balaclavas, a choir, and a string section. The band's first album, Ecce Homo, was released independently in 2001 on EvilEvil. It was after this first release that Gibb assembled a band and they began to perform. Ivan Turkalj, Jens Schärdel, Joel Gibb, Justin Stayshyn, Laura Barrett, Magali Meagher, Maggie Macdonald, Owen Pallett, Steve Kado, Thomas Wühr. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto The Hidden Cameras. Hidden Cameras. Fronted by singer-songwriter Joel Gibb, the band consists of a varying roster of musicians who play what Gibb describes as gay church folk music. They could also be considered an anti-folk band, as is often associated with musicians on the Rough Trade label. Their live performances are elaborate, high read more. the hidden cameras joel gibb. 0 notes. The Hidden Cameras recently dropped their sixth record Age. After releasing the album worldwide and playing shows in Vienna and Munich, the Toronto indie-pop groups frontman Joel Gibb kindly took the time to speak with A Music Blog, Yea. Dive into our conversation below as we discussed Year of the Spawn, their quintessential songs, remixes, and more. AMBY:Hi Joel, congratulations on