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The Slideshow Effect

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Little Expressionless Animals
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The Kids Were Wrong
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All Our Wonder
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Punctum
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Heirloom
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Bonfire
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Pale Blue
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Walk With Me
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Kinds of Light
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Old Haunts
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 42:56

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David Greenwald is a Los Angeles-based journalist, critic and photographer whose work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, Entertainm...more »

02.27.12
A crisp, mature full-length that doesn't completely shake off the dreaminess
2012 | Label: Sub Pop Records

After an EP that was enveloped in the soft fuzz of samples and melting guitars, Memoryhouse let the songs take center stage on The Slideshow Effect. Their crisp, mature debut full-length doesn’t completely shake off the dreaminess, but they’ve clearly been writing songs with the stage in mind: a militant drum fill drives “The Kids Were Wrong,” while the guitar and synth textures of “Walk With Me” spring suddenly into a syncopated chorus. Even its… read more »

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