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The Casket Girls - The Piano Album (2015)

28-12-2015, 17:14
Instrumental | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: The Piano Album
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Graveface Records & Curiosities
Genre: Indie, Female Vocal, Instrumental
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 0:36:09
Total Size: 182 Mb


01. Beginning
02. True Believers
03. 24 Hours
04. Nightlife
05. Sixteen Forever
06. Middle
07. Mermaid Cottage
08. I Talked To God
09. Beyond a Shadow
10. End
11. Same Side (Bonus Track)
12. The Chase (Bonus Track)

Spend too much time in one genre, and its trappings can start to feel like crutches. Plenty of artists are content to rely on overdrive or reverb or a certain synth palette to maintain their footprint, but some get restless when they feel like they’ve settled into a given sound. Sometimes the best way to get unstuck is to strip away everything that you used to identify with. Zola Jesus did so with Versions, a string quartet-aided covers album of her own songs, while electronics-heavy artists like Teen Daze have gone acoustic to test the strength of their work beneath all the textures they used to make it. The latest band to strip its music down to the bone is The Casket Girls, a sister act on Graveface Records whose new effort, The Piano Album, drops the electric quirks for serene, austere proceedings.

The Piano Album marks The Casket Girls’ third full-length release since they debuted on Graveface in 2012, which doesn’t seem like a lot of time for them to have gotten sick of their reverb-laden dream pop. Stripped down, their music maintains its essential equation: Phaedra and Elsa Greene harmonize delicately with each other through simple and resonant pop structures. Here, Ryan Graveface backs them up on echoey piano and the faintest hint of brushed percussion instead of his usual toybox, lending a somber coloring to the music that slots it on some levels next to Boston sadcore outfit Gem Club or early Perfume Genius.

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