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Western Haunts – Western Haunts (2014)

24-06-2014, 16:34
Music | Rock | Alternative | Indie

Western Haunts – Western Haunts (2014)

Artist: Western Haunts
Title Of Album: Western Haunts
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Limb and Torso
Genre: Alternative Rock, Shoegaze
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 38:33 Min
Total Size: 102 Mb


01. The Green Room
02. Magazines
03. Come Around
04. When The Lights Dull
05. Novocaine
06. A Memo
07. Sirens Den
08. TV Glow
09. It’s Not Enough

As their name implies, Western Haunts’ music conjures sounds and sentiments that may have occurred long ago (shoegaze and ’70s folk rock tones are key touchstones), but their still-resonant features continue to swim in the musical bloodstream. Across two EPs and their recently-released debut album, the Seattle quartet of singer/guitarist Jake Witt, keyboardist/guitarist Michel DeBauge, bassist Sam Tyner, and drummer Nathan Witt have slowly sharpened their sweeping harmonics into something that’s nothing short of gorgeously gauzy. Witt’s high-soaring voice recalls Harvest-era Neil Young in its tone and Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell in its reflective beauty, but he’s only a piece of the band’s languid majesty. The slow-burning rhythm section and DeBauge’s shimmering keyboards are just as crucial in forming the band’s sound, and the four musicians’ chemistry is on full display on “Magazines”. With a rhythmic intro that recalls “Machine Gun” in its steamrolling build, “Magazine” wastes little time in allowing the members to expand the song into a nearly six-minute flood of sound that balances its charging verses with a pair of echoing breakdowns and the clever employment of spacious vocal call-and-response sections. While “Magazines” is clearly indebted to early ’90s shoegaze, its secret is that it exchanges any noise or experimental tendencies for ones rooted in acoustic songwriting, forming a song that grows in allure as it passes, glisteningly twisting and turning into new sections before simply fading out.

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