Gowns are Ezra Buchla (ex Mae-Shi) and Erika Anderson (ex Amps for Christ and The Mountain Goats). This album opens as it was a Lynch's movie, - and frankly that's a good way to introduce yourself. - Consider also the first song, entitled Fargo, just like the sharp Coen Brother's film, and all ends to taste as sordid american county, the wide landscapes, as in european imaginery. - And then a soundtrack going from post-rock to lyrical prologues and shoegaze closures, if you really want me to dish out some labels. It's like 15 years i didn't hear songs like that, - as Fake July, hypnotic, a whorl long 3:23 minutes, or White Like Heaven, lo-fi and noise. - Even better with Subside, electronic and dirty, it starts as You sniffed trichloroethylene, with that efx, sort of helicopter blades inside head. And Mercy Spring, tachycardiac, with a progressive art-rock swell and a deconstruction, at the same time noisy and whispered. Bello Red State, bello indeed, - like those records i used to listen years ago, coming packaged from usa, with a Dischord mark or similar, - a release that is nearly a demand for who's going to be 30 or stepped in since a while.
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.o4 White Like Heaven
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