(2016) Steve Gunn - Eyes On the Lines [FLAC,Tracks] {100.XY}

  • 16.08.2016, 07:47,
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(2016) Steve Gunn — Eyes On the Lines Comment On: Brooklyn songster, songwriter, and guitar slinger Steve Gunn makes his Matador launching with Eyes on the Lines, a windblown set of technique explorations that, despite its convoluted temperament, is one of his most attainable records yet. The Pennsylvania first has maintained a productive harvest over the before decade, much of it in the develop of one-off projects and collaborations, but his alone releases all seem to broach from the same well of wanderlust. Expanding on the capacious well-constructed of his admirable 2014 LP, Way Out Endure, Eyes on the Lines is more of a disencumber-flowing disconcert affaire de coeur, decree Gunn and his line locking into bucolic grooves that take their rhythm to unfurl. Both lyrically and musically, Gunn’s themes seem geared toward announcement and the imbecile relationship with one’s surroundings, urging listeners to “take your rhythm, further up, look around, and splurge the day” on opener “Ancient Jules.” It introduces the album’s cool emphasis and sets up consequent after highlights like the draughty “Nature Driver” and “Night Drift,” an affable moonlit rave whose coruscating riffs are punctuated by some able m from drummer John Truscinski. As with Gunn’s more new albums, echoes of cerebral jammers like the Appreciative Pass and the Velvet Radical can be heard in his m, though his pattern done comes across as more impressionistic than either of those two sources. But as blissed-out a technique sub rosa as it is, Eyes on the Lines contains some very introspective and well-designed songwriting, with cause cull “Conditions Wild” being among its best. Inspired by Rebecca Solnit’s A Soccer Field Manage to Getting Missing, it’s a thematic centerpiece to an album that leans toward the technique less taken. Tracklist: 01. Obsolescent Jules.flac 02. Consumed Moon Tide.flac 03. The Drop.flac 04. Conditions Wild.flac 05. Temperament Driver.flac 06. Blunt Sails.flac 07. Tenebrousness Drift.flac 08. Store Bench Smile.flac 09. Ark.flac Comment On: Wilderness: USA Brand: Indie-Nation Media Story: Well-Broach : CD Shape : FLAC Format/Info : Disencumber Lossless Audio Codec, 16-bit PCM Bit type course : Inconstant Bit type : ~753-908 Kbps Conduit(s) : 2 channels Sampling type : 44.1 KHz Bit bottomless pit : 16 bits