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  • Grass Geysers... Carbon Clouds Grass Geysers... Carbon Clouds Quick View

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    Grass Geysers... Carbon Clouds

    Their long-awaited fifth album. Blasting through twelve tunes chock full of topics all over the map, and the band isn't stopping for border checks either. While this record is ever the rollercoaster of moods that characterize much of Enon's output, this is their most consistent and striking work.
    1.Mirror on You
    3.Dr. Freeze
    5.Piece of Mind
    6.Law of Johnny Dolittle
    7.Those Who Don't Blink
    9.Mr. Ratatatatat
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  • High Society (Awaiting Repress) High Society (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    High Society (Awaiting Repress)

    One of the best records you're likely to hear. Enon combine rock 'n' roll, dance music, and pop to create some surprisingly catchy, melodic rock anthems for the world of tomorrow.
    1.Old Dominion
    2.Count Sheep
    3.In This City
    4.Window Display
    5.Native Numb
    6.Leave It To Rust
    7.Disposable Parts
    10.Pleasure and Privilege
    11.Natural Disasters
    14.High Society
    15.Diamond Raft
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  • Daughter of Everything Daughter of Everything Quick View

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    Daughter of Everything

    Vertical Scratchers is John Schmersal (ex-Brainiac/Enon, live Caribou,
    and Crooks on Tape) and Christian Beaulieu (ex-Triclops!/Anywhere).
    Vertical Scratchers formed in Los Angeles in 2012. John and Christian
    met at a Thanksgiving party, began hanging out, and then just decided
    to be a band together. John says, "I love Christian's drumming because
    he approaches it like a songwriter, as he is one in his own right. There
    aren't really drum fills-more like rhythmic accents that punctuate
    what is happening at that point in the song itself."

    One of the most persistent elements you will hear throughout the
    record is the percussive nature in which the guitars were played and
    recorded. Guitar playing is vertical scratching, and in this band, the
    guitar strums are almost louder than the amps. John explains, "Part
    of the aesthetic we were establishing when writing Vertical Scratchers
    songs was to maintain a sense of urgency and raw energy without
    relying on volume and distortion. I wanted the guitars to sound light
    and jangly, and most songs were purposefully sung in a soft falsetto."
    Most Vertical Scratchers songs clock in under the two-minute mark
    but often go in twice as many directions as your average-length song.
    Pop deception. Think the Kinks with a Buzzcocks brevity.

    Daughter of Everything was recorded live in Los Angeles at The Smell
    in September of 2012. The special guest appearance lead vocal from
    Robert Pollard was recorded at Waterloo Sound in Ohio by Todd

    1. Wait No Longer
    2. Turn Me Out
    3. Memory Shards
    4. Pretend U Are Free
    5. Way Out
    6. Chambermaids
    7. U Dug Us All
    8. Kingdom Come
    9. Someone
    10. Run Around
    11. These Plains
    12. Get Along Like U
    13. My Only Want
    14. Rainbows
    15. The End
    Vertical Scratchers
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    Foil Deer

    Speedy Ortiz said they would get the flowers themselves. What a lark! What a plunge!

    When considering Massachusetts' Speedy Ortiz, that line from Virginia Woolf comes to mind. Not only for the obvious echoes to DIY, a form and function that's characterized the band's nascency, but in the proto-feminist undertones driving much of their sophomore album, Foil Deer. "I'm not bossy, I'm the boss," Sadie Dupuis sings on "Raising the Skate," invoking in spirit one half of the Carter-Knowles clan and echoing the other's wordplay. And wordplay makes sense, considering Dupuis-the band's songwriter, guitarist, and frontwoman-spent the band's first few years teaching writing at UMass Amherst. She's drawn to the dense complexity of Pynchon, the dreamlike geometry of BolaƱo, the confounded yearning of Plath-all attributes you could easily apply to the band's 2013 debut Major Arcana, which fans and press alike have invested with a sense of purpose and merit uncommon in contemporary guitar rock.

    The group, including Mike Falcone on drums, Darl Ferm on bass, and new addition Devin McKnight of Grass is Green on guitar, have spent the last year on an almost endless cross-continental touring jag, tagging along with the likes of The Breeders, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, and Thurston Moore. That shift into full-time musicianship brought with it an attendant reordering of priorities when it came to songwriting, and the band members' lives in general. They would get the damn flowers themselves.

    Dupuis wrote much of Foil Deer at her mother's home in the Connecticut woods, where the songwriter imposed a self-regulated exile and physical cleansing of sorts, finding that many of the songs came to her while running or swimming alone. "I gave up wasting mental energy on people who didn't have my back," she says. "Listening to our old records, I get the sense I was putting myself in horrible situations just to write sad songs. This music isn't coming from a dark place, and without slipping into self-empowerment jargon, it feels stronger." Many of the songs deal with a similar sense of starting over, editing out the unnecessary drama. "Boys be sensitive and girls be, be aggressive," she sings on "Mister Difficult."

    And while their debut album was recorded on the fly, Speedy Ortiz spent almost a month in the studio on Foil Deer. Falcone's drums are taut, mechanistic; Ferm's bass ranges from the aggressive rattle of an AmRep classic to smoother, hip-hop inspired lines. McKnight, meanwhile, lends spacier, textural riffs to complement Dupuis' wiry, melody-driven guitar style. "The demos for our songs have always had tons of small details and production experimentation, but we never had any money to pay for more than a couple days in the studio, so the songs came out very live-sounding and guitar heavy," Dupuis says. It was recorded and mixed at Brooklyn's Rare Book Room with Nicolas Vernhes (Silver Jews, Enon, Deerhunter), with the record mastered by Emily Lazar (Sia, Haim, Beauty Pill), lending a more polished sound and a pop sensibility that will stand out to existing fans and new converts alike. For all the lyrical complexity and guitar-based excursions Speedy Ortiz have built their reputation on to this point, Foil Deer has a sense of light-footed fun. What's the point of doing things yourself if you're not going to enjoy the trip?

    1. Good Neck
    2. Raising the Skate
    3. The Graduates
    4. Dot X
    5. Homonovus
    6. Puffer
    7. Swell Content
    8. Zig
    9. My Dead Girl
    10. Ginger
    11. Mister Difficult
    12. Dvrk Wvrld
    Speedy Ortiz
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