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 Scott Creney

Roly Porter – Life Cycle Of A Massive Star (Subtext)

Roly Porter – Life Cycle Of A Massive Star (Subtext)

Play Life Cycle Of A Massive Star every morning for a week. If it doesn’t change the way you see the world, play it again. If after a month you haven’t gotten any results, accept that you are a corpse that someone forgot to bury.

 Scott Creney

Holly Herndon – Movement (RVNG Intl.)

Movement is an auditory feast. It’s no Bob Dylan but then John Lennon was no Kraftwerk, you know what I mean?

 Scott Creney

U.S. Girls – Gem (FatCat)

Is it Gem’s frozen nature that makes me feel encased in glass? Or is it my own detachment that keeps me from finding a way in?

 Scott Creney

Grizzly Bear – Shields (Warp)

Shields is a city album. It functions as a nice urban version of Fleet Foxes — a sound born out of concrete rather than forests, glass instead of rivers, subways instead of trails.

 Scott Creney

Micachu And The Shapes – Never (Rough Trade)

This is what it feels like to be alive in 2012 — connected to everything and more isolated than ever.

 Scott Creney

The Bastards Of Fate – Who’s A Fuzzy Buddy (This Will Be Our Summer)

Keep your ears tuned to the small towns. The future of music is living in South Dakota.

 Wallace Wylie

Tom Hall – Muted Angels (Complicated Dance Steps)

If this is ambient then it is surly ambient, background music that won’t do as it’s told.

 Scott Creney

Bon Iver – Bon Iver (Jagjaguwar)

Bon Iver is hazier than you expect. It is lost and narcoticized, simultaneously desperate and asleep.

 Logan K. Young

Pretzel Logic – 4: Absolute (Scritti Politti)

Thus, dear Rikki, I’ve taken to the laws of propositional calculus. Get your think on.

 Wallace Wylie

Destroyer – Kaputt (Merge)

Kaputt is a dark city with no easy escape routes. Washed-out horns blow sorrowfully into the night.