Nov 13, 2011
Noah's Ark Was A Spaceship
I first saw Noah's Ark play in January 2009, at the Slowdown in Omaha. They (are) an energetic indie band inspired by alternative 80's and 90's music. I was hooked right away, and from then on I tried to make it to every one of their shows. I got their My Name Is What Is Your Name EP the same year, which after 3 years of thorough listening is just starting to sound 'dated' to me. So I finally bought Hanga-Fang, Noah's Ark's first full-length (released February 2011 on Slumber Party Records). One of my favorite tracks is "Wrecking Ball Girl," which features elements of lo-fi tape recordings and quality studio production. Some of my other favorites on the record are "Little Taste of Blood" and "Sweet and Sour Day". Listening to Hanga-Fang makes me think of all the Noah's Ark shows I have missed since moving away. So please, Slumber Party, send Noah's Ark Was A Spaceship on tour soon! Tell them they have free beer, and a place to stay when they pass through California's North Bay.
Here are a few free downloads from Hanga-Fang
'Opener' by Noah's Ark Was A Spaceship by Slumber Party Records 'Warm Eyes' by Noah's Ark Was A Spaceship by Slumber Party Records 'I'm Not A Father' by Noah's Ark Was A Spaceship by Slumber Party Records