Pagan Wanderer Lu

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Pagan Wanderer Lu
Origin Cardiff, Wales
Genres Indietronica
Years active 2000 – present
Labels Brainlove Records
Fleeing from Pigeons Records
Associated acts Silence at Sea, A Conversation Piece
Members Andy Regan

Pagan Wanderer Lu is a one-man indie/electronica or 'Indietronica' band originally formed in Aberystwyth but now based in Cardiff. The act consists of Andy Regan (born in Bolton). In 2012 he announced that future records would be released under his real name Andrew Paul Regan.[1]

Discography[edit]

Pagan Wanderer Lu has self-released several albums, singles and EPs. The most recent of these were released by Brainlove Records.

Albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • 'Train Songs' (Jan 2001)
  • Tank vs. Cat (Apr 2001)
  • The Aberystwyth Cliff Railway Disaster 1902 (Dec 2001)
  • Enjoy Travelling (Sep 2002)
  • No More Roads (Apr 2003)
  • Goodbye Workshy (Aug 2003)
  • 28 Pages of Jobs (Nov 2003)
  • Jazzy Jungle Memorial Hall (Jul 2004)
  • The Monkeys of the Shitty Island (Oct 2004)
  • Viva! Coupon Feeders Hotel (Feb 2005)
  • Siop Enoc Hughes (Mar 2005)
  • Covered Versions (May 2005)
  • The Independent Scrutineer (Nov 2006)
  • My Heartfelt Duty (June 2007)
  • Omnichord EP (July 2007)
  • Perfection R.I.P. (November 2007)
  • The Omega Point (November 2008)
  • Make Archive (2001–2005) (Fleeing from Pigeons Records, April 2009)
  • Mostly Furniture (January 2010)
  • Pervert Oven (Dec 2010)

Singles[edit]

  • Keep It Real (Dec 2002)
  • A Christmas Gift From Lu (Dec 2004)
  • Repetition 1 (June 2006) split vinyl single with Napoleon IIIrd
  • The Tree of Knowledge (October 2007)
  • 2.0///The Bridge of Sighs (June 2009)
  • Pockets in Shrouds (Dec 2009)
  • Banish Negative Thoughts (July 2010)

Compilation appearances[edit]

Reception[edit]

Regan's albums have received positive reviews from a number of publications including a 9/10 from Drowned in Sound,[2] 4/5 from Artrocker, and 4/5 from MusicOMH.

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