Saturday, December 1, 2012

Memory Tapes

Memory Tapes' music seems to flirt with almost prog-folk style arrangements as performed alone in a bedroom with synthesizers, sleek sounds mixed with occasional fuzz, trance, or afro-beats, with sporadic bursts synthetic symphonics and New Order pulse.  New album "Grace/Confusion" continues on that path, further distancing Dayve Hawke from the fading "chill-wave" scene.  Take a listen to "Neighborhood Watch" below, a great synth-pop song that feels like it's compiled from several different songs, yet still jives together.  Grab the record from Carpark next week.

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