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Secret Boyfriend - This Is Always Where You’ve Lived (2013)

21-11-2013, 15:39
Music | Folk | Electronic

Secret Boyfriend - This Is Always Where You’ve Lived (2013)

Artist: Secret Boyfriend
Title Of Album: This Is Always Where You’ve Lived
Year Of Release: nov 2013
Label: Blackest Ever Black / BLACKEST023LP
Genre: Experimental, Folk, Noise, Electronic
Quality: MP3, Album
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:43:09
Total Size: 98 mb

01. Summer Wheels
02. Silvering the Wing
03. Form Me
04. Flashback
05. Remarkable Fluids
06. Beyond the Darkness
07. Dream Scrape
08. Glint and Glow
09. Have You Heard About This House?
10. Last Town
11. Deleted Hill
12. This Is Always Where You’ve Lived

Secret Boyfriend is the solo project of North Carolina's Ryan Martin, who is also one half of Boyzone (not that Boyzone, unfortunately) and founder of the Hot Releases label - a catholic endeavour that has seen him release records from the cream of the contemporary N.C. underground as well as reissuing classic sides by the likes of Maurizio Bianchi, Ghedalia Tazartes and Ashrae Fax.

To date, Secret Boyfriend's presence has been felt largely in the shape of live performances and short-run cassette releases (including Carved At Birth, Furnishing The Void and Skin On The Clock), as well as vinyl splits with Russian Tsarlag and Horaflora. This Is Always Where You've Lived is SB’s first LP release and unquestionably his most potent, fully realised work to date.

Twelve songs from under the floorboards: a heart-rending but hard-edged synthesis of downer folk, tape experiments, noise etudes and basement-mildewed pop for edgeland fuck-ups, loners and wanderers; recommended if you like Peter Jeffries, Flaming Tunes, Storm Bugs, etc. Arguably comes closer than any previous BEB release to articulating the “mesmerised suburban daydreams of our youth".

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