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At Echo Lake

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Blood Dries Darker
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Pick Up
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Suffering Season
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Time Fading Lines
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From the Horn
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Death Rattles
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Mornin' Time
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I Was Gone
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Get Back
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Deep
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Til the Sun Rips
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 29:30

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Kyle Anderson

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05.03.10
Brooklyn jammers walk the fine line between order and chaos
2010 | Label: Woodsist / Revolver

Psychedelic rock constantly teeters on a razor's edge. Fall too far in one direction and you're left with little more than slightly spacey pop; overcompensate the other way, and you've got a druggy mess of guitar squalls and distorted dross. In the middle, though, is the pure bliss of a perfectly-developed tune, with just enough melody to keep you tuned in and just the right amount of trippiness to help the chemicals collide.

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GMANONE

Has the same great flow as "Songs of Shame," and it gets better with each listen.

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Survival Beard Rock

BelovedMusic

You'll end up loving this album more than the self titled LP. It's cleaner but maintains its echo like appeal. You kind of get transported to the era of the Zombies, but because most of us could care less what our parents listened to this is going to sound sort of new. Just dub this onto a tape and buy yourself a ten year olf mazda miata then drive to brooklyn and see these kids live.

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Blochead

I'm so hit and miss with this new psych stuff. I love this one.

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Woods: Out of the Bedroom, Into the Studio

By Marissa G. Muller, Contributor

In a way, it's remarkable that Woods took nearly a decade to record an album in an honest-to-goodness studio. Their open-field jams have the expansive sound naturally suited to traditional recording. But Woods, which began as the solo home-recording project of vocalist Jeremy Earl in 2005, found ways to get larger production on their own, testing the limits of home-recording — until they hit a wall. "Five years into this [band], we got bored with home… more »

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Label Profile: Captured Tracks

By J. Edward Keyes, Editor-in-Chief

File Under: Ragged, guitar-based indie pop; jangle-'n'-reverb forever! Flagship Acts: Beach Fossils, Wild Nothing, the Fresh & Onlys, the Girls At Dawn Based In: Brooklyn, New York When I first meet Mike Sniper, he's drinking Patron Silver at an Oyster Bar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. From any other record executive, the scene would be typical to the point of almost seeming mundane. But Sniper is the founder of the tiny, ragged Brooklyn indie Captured Tracks, a label that prizes… more »