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Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as {{Music/Codeine}} and {{Music/Low}}, but what distinguishes them is that they managed to make music that was [[UpToEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement.

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Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as {{Music/Codeine}} and {{Music/Low}}, but what distinguishes them is that they managed to make music that was [[UpToEleven even slower]] slower than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement.


Bluetile Lounge was a {{Slowcore}} band formed in Perth, Australia during 1991 consisting of Daniel Erickson (vocals, guitar, piano), Howard Healy (vocals, guitar, bass), Gabrielle Cotton (guitar, piano, vocals), and Alexander Stevens (drums, percussion). They spent several years perfecting their sound, until 1995, where they released, ''Lowercase'', on the Summershine label per the reccomendation of [[Music/{{Low}} Alan Sparhawk]]. In 1998, they released their second, and final album ''Half Cut'' on [[Music/SonicYouth Steve Shelley's]] the Smells Like Record label.

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[[caption-width-right:350: From left-to-right: Alex Stevens, Howard Healy, Gab Cotton, and Dan Erickson]]
Bluetile Lounge was a {{Slowcore}} band formed in Perth, Australia during 1991 consisting of Daniel Erickson (vocals, guitar, piano), Howard Healy (vocals, guitar, bass), Gabrielle Cotton (guitar, piano, vocals), and Alexander Stevens (drums, percussion). They spent several years perfecting their sound, until 1995, where they released, ''Lowercase'', on the Summershine label per the reccomendation of [[Music/{{Low}} Alan Sparhawk]]. In 1998, they released their second, and final album ''Half Cut'' on [[Music/SonicYouth Steve Shelley's]] the Smells Like Record label.



* [[OneBookAuthor Two Album Band]]: In total, the band only recorded 15 known songs. 14 of them are found on their studio albums, and the 15th one is found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMv7DpfOVwo on a compilation album]].

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* [[OneBookAuthor Two Album Band]]: In total, the band only recorded 15 known songs. 14 of them are found on their studio albums, and the 15th one is found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMv7DpfOVwo on a compilation album]].


* EpicRocking: Practically every song they released. Nearly all of them strech the five minute mark

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* EpicRocking: Practically every song they released. Nearly all of them strech every track on both ''Lowercase'' and ''Half Cut'' goes beyond the five minute markmark/



* PerishingAltRockVoice.
* [[OneBookAuthor Two Album Band]]: In total, the band only recorded 15 known songs. 14 of them are found on their studio albums, and the 15th one is found [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMv7DpfOVwo on a compilation album]].

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* PerishingAltRockVoice.
PerishingAltRockVoice: Both Erickson and Healy.
* [[OneBookAuthor Two Album Band]]: In total, the band only recorded 15 known songs. 14 of them are found on their studio albums, and the 15th one is found [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMv7DpfOVwo on a compilation album]].


Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as {{Music/Codeine}} and {{Music/Low}}, but what distinguishes them is that they managed to make music that was [[UpToEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement. Definitely a band that NeedsMoreLove.

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Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as {{Music/Codeine}} and {{Music/Low}}, but what distinguishes them is that they managed to make music that was [[UpToEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement. Definitely a band that NeedsMoreLove.


* EpicRocking: Practically every song they released.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Copies of their two albums aren't impossible to find, but it's likely that you'll have to look on bidding sites like Ebay to find them.

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* EpicRocking: Practically every song they released.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Copies
released. Nearly all of their two albums aren't impossible to find, but it's likely that you'll have to them strech the five minute mark
* IndecipherableLyrics: Good
look on bidding sites like Ebay to find them.understanding what they are singing. At most, you can make out a few words.


* TearJerker: All of it. Though "Old Star" arguably takes the cake.


Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as {{Music/Codeine}} and {{Music/Low}}, but what distinguishes them is that they managed to make music that was [[UpToTheEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement. Definitely a band that NeedsMoreLove.

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Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as {{Music/Codeine}} and {{Music/Low}}, but what distinguishes them is that they managed to make music that was [[UpToTheEleven [[UpToEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement. Definitely a band that NeedsMoreLove.



* PerishingAltRockVoice.

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* PerishingAltRockVoice.PerishingAltRockVoice.
* TearJerker: All of it. Though "Old Star" arguably takes the cake.
* [[OneBookAuthor Two Album Band]]: In total, the band only recorded 15 known songs. 14 of them are found on their studio albums, and the 15th one is found [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMv7DpfOVwo on a compilation album]].


Bluetile Lounge was a {{Slowcore}} band formed in Perth, Australia during 1991 consisting of Daniel Erickson (vocals, guitar, piano), Howard Healy (vocals, guitar, bass), Gabrielle Cotton (guitar, piano, vocals), and Alexander Stevens (drums, percussion). They spent several years perfecting their sound, until 1995, where they released, ''Lowercase'', on the Summershine label per the reccomendation of {{Music/Low Alan Sparhawk.}} In 1998, they released their second, and final album ''Half Cut'' on {{Music/SonicYouth Steve Shelley's}} the Smells Like Record label.

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Bluetile Lounge was a {{Slowcore}} band formed in Perth, Australia during 1991 consisting of Daniel Erickson (vocals, guitar, piano), Howard Healy (vocals, guitar, bass), Gabrielle Cotton (guitar, piano, vocals), and Alexander Stevens (drums, percussion). They spent several years perfecting their sound, until 1995, where they released, ''Lowercase'', on the Summershine label per the reccomendation of {{Music/Low [[Music/{{Low}} Alan Sparhawk.}} Sparhawk]]. In 1998, they released their second, and final album ''Half Cut'' on {{Music/SonicYouth [[Music/SonicYouth Steve Shelley's}} Shelley's]] the Smells Like Record label.


!!BluetileLounge incorporate the following tropes:

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!!BluetileLounge incorporate the following tropes:tropes:
*EpicRocking: Practically every song they released.
*KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Copies of their two albums aren't impossible to find, but it's likely that you'll have to look on bidding sites like Ebay to find them.
*PerishingAltRockVoice.


Bluetile Lounge was a {{Slowcore}} band formed in Perth, Australia during 1991 consisting of Daniel Erickson (vocals, guitar, piano), Howard Healy (vocals, guitar, bass), Gabrielle Cotton (guitar, piano, vocals), and Alexander Stevens (drums, percussion). They spent several years perfecting their sound, until 1995, where they released, ''Lowercase'', on the Summershine label per the reccomendation of Music/Low Alan Sparhawk. In 1998, they released their second, and final album ''Half Cut'' on Music/SonicYouth Steve Shelley's the Smells Like Record label.

Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as Music/Codeine and Music/Low, but what distinguishes them is that they managed to play [[UpToTheEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement.

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Bluetile Lounge was a {{Slowcore}} band formed in Perth, Australia during 1991 consisting of Daniel Erickson (vocals, guitar, piano), Howard Healy (vocals, guitar, bass), Gabrielle Cotton (guitar, piano, vocals), and Alexander Stevens (drums, percussion). They spent several years perfecting their sound, until 1995, where they released, ''Lowercase'', on the Summershine label per the reccomendation of Music/Low {{Music/Low Alan Sparhawk. Sparhawk.}} In 1998, they released their second, and final album ''Half Cut'' on Music/SonicYouth {{Music/SonicYouth Steve Shelley's Shelley's}} the Smells Like Record label.

Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as Music/Codeine {{Music/Codeine}} and Music/Low, {{Music/Low}}, but what distinguishes them is that they managed to play make music that was [[UpToTheEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement. Definitely a band that NeedsMoreLove.
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!!BluetileLounge incorporate the following tropes:


Bluetile Lounge was a {{Slowcore}} band formed in Perth, Australia during 1991 consisting of Daniel Erickson (vocals, guitar, piano), Howard Healy (vocals, guitar, bass), Gabrielle Cotton (guitar, piano, vocals), and Alexander Stevens (drums, percussion). They spent several years perfecting their sound, until 1995, where they released, ''Lowercase'', on the Summershine label per the reccomendation of [[Music/Low Alan Sparhawk]]. In 1998, they released their second, and final album ''Half Cut'' on [[Music/SonicYouth Steve Shelley's]] the Smells Like Record label.

Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as [[Music/Codeine]] and [[Music/Low]], but what distinguishes them is that they managed to play [[UpToTheEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement.

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Bluetile Lounge was a {{Slowcore}} band formed in Perth, Australia during 1991 consisting of Daniel Erickson (vocals, guitar, piano), Howard Healy (vocals, guitar, bass), Gabrielle Cotton (guitar, piano, vocals), and Alexander Stevens (drums, percussion). They spent several years perfecting their sound, until 1995, where they released, ''Lowercase'', on the Summershine label per the reccomendation of [[Music/Low Music/Low Alan Sparhawk]]. Sparhawk. In 1998, they released their second, and final album ''Half Cut'' on [[Music/SonicYouth Music/SonicYouth Steve Shelley's]] Shelley's the Smells Like Record label.

Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as [[Music/Codeine]] Music/Codeine and [[Music/Low]], Music/Low, but what distinguishes them is that they managed to play [[UpToTheEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement.

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Bluetile Lounge was a {{Slowcore}} band formed in Perth, Australia during 1991 consisting of Daniel Erickson (vocals, guitar, piano), Howard Healy (vocals, guitar, bass), Gabrielle Cotton (guitar, piano, vocals), and Alexander Stevens (drums, percussion). They spent several years perfecting their sound, until 1995, where they released, ''Lowercase'', on the Summershine label per the reccomendation of [[Music/Low Alan Sparhawk]]. In 1998, they released their second, and final album ''Half Cut'' on [[Music/SonicYouth Steve Shelley's]] the Smells Like Record label.

Musically, they've been compared to other {{Slowcore}} artists such as [[Music/Codeine]] and [[Music/Low]], but what distinguishes them is that they managed to play [[UpToTheEleven even slower]] than the aforementioned bands. The result is an incredibly interesting wall of sound. Though relatively unknown, Bluetile Lounge's limited output is some of the most luminous work that the {{Slowcore}} genre has ever produced, and is considered one of the better ones to have emerged from the movement.

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