365 Feat. Emily Edrosa

by Dictaphone Blues

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Second song to come from the new Dictaphone Blues album, Mufti Day.


Everyday my mind it runs
Round and round the block
Finding brand new things to obsess on
My doctor tells me I'm OK
Just a little whimsical
I see a spot my thoughts they cascade
He says "try to chill out and go about your day"

Monday through to Sunday
You got a lot going on in your brain

Everyday my mind it comes
To a far fetched conclusion
I feel the force of my imagination
My doctor's cutting pieces out
Did I leave it too long?
He seals a little bit up in a bag
And my name he writes down on the tag

In the back of my mind I'm fine
Yet nothing he says I believe
There is nothing wrong with me
My symptom is imaginary


released October 16, 2014
Made by Edward Thomas Castelow with…
Emily Edrosa singing loudly and softly,
Elizabeth Stokes and Benjamin Sinclair playing horns,
Ollie Harmer at the Lab mastering
and Bradley Fafejta interpreting artistically.
Emily Edrosa appears courtesy of Pasta Tapes.



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Dictaphone Blues Auckland, New Zealand

Dictaphone Blues began as a bedroom project for Edward Castelow in 2006. Independent radio found favourites in early singles ‘Spooky Room’ and ‘Taken Aback’ and a live band was rustled up. The band have released two albums, a Limited Edition 7”, played with Okkervil River, New Pornographers, Broken Social Scene and The Pains Of Being Pure at Heart and toured NZ and Australia a few times. Enjoy. ... more

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