Grayson Gilmour - Live at The Transmission
Hailing from Palmerston North, Grayson Gilmour began his solo recordings at age 16, and released his third full-length album, Phantom Limbs in 2005. The album received rave reviews from Nick Bollinger, Real Groove, and Rip It Up, drawing comparisons to Radiohead and Elliot Smith. This is Grayson's second ever live solo performance - recorded at Bar Bodega, Wellington on 6 May 2006. Gilmour is also one quarter of the Wellington synth- punk band So So Modern. The songs are: Reprise, Elmira Vs the Latchkey Kid, The Shiver, Occupation: Dreamland, Cast the Red, Do you feel Loathsome & Keyhole Confessions.