More fuzzy shoegazing goodness. 12 track LP released on Lovely Rebel Records. Featuring Scott Cortez on guitar. Unfortunately not a lot can be found out about the label. The only release according to Discogs is this LP and the label's site is currently down label's site is in Japanese.
8 track split EP from the Lilys and Philadelphia indie band Aspera Ad Astra. Released on Tiger Style (Ida, The Letter E) in 2000. Though Aspera's collection of songs were recorded in 2000, the Lilys 4 songs are unreleased outtakes from the "Eccsame The Photon Band" sessions in 1993. Also to note is that the 4 Lilys song set was recorded by Art DeFuria of the actual Photon Band. The worst thing about this split is the fact that the Lilys are on side A and Aspera are on side B. This results in a major letdown after listening to the superb Lilys side. I recommend listening to the Aspera side on its own after your first run through of the EP because they are fairly decent psychpop "indie" tracks. The 4 Lilys tracks are really the highlight of this EP as you would imagine and any Lilys fan should definitely hear these outtakes.
4 track EP from the shoegazing edition of the Lilys from the very early 90's. Released on Summershine(Velocity Girl, Low, Autohaze) as an Australian exclusive. Physical copies are very hard to come by now. Title track was featured on the LP "In The Presence Of Nothing" and the last two tracks are featured on the "February Fourteenth" single, but the track "Eskimo" makes it's only appearance in the Lilys vast catalog here. One of the rare prolonged Lilys tracks, it swoons in and out of itself making the 7 minutes feel like 2. Hidden gem material here.
Undeniably one of the most radical changes in the Lilysdiscography. 6 track record clocking in at 32 minutes, released onDarla Records (Amp, The Photon Band, Robin Guthrie, Bright). Described by Heasley as "krautrock-ish/electronica". Those only wanting to hear more of the 60's pop Lilys or the Tone Bender Lilys should look elsewhere. For those that want to hear more evidence of Heasley's absolute musical ingenuity, this is the record for you
Artist: Lilys Album: Zero Population Growth: Bliss Out Volume 15 Label: Darla Year: 1999 Genre: Krautrock, Electronica Discogs Lastfm Link in comments