|Standish/Carlyon / Deleted Scenes|
|Label:||(No Label Information)|
|Add Date:||2014-01-31||Pull Date:||2014-04-04|
|Week Ending:||6 Apr||23 Mar||9 Mar||23 Feb||16 Feb||9 Feb||2 Feb|
|1.||Oct 30, 2014:||The Sunset Life |
|4.||Mar 06, 2014:||The Sunset Life |
|2.||Apr 03, 2014:||Sunshine ... in the Afternoon |
|5.||Feb 20, 2014:||The Sunset Life |
|3.||Mar 22, 2014:||Music Casserole |
|6.||Feb 17, 2014:||Meow |
Electronics-heavy debut for two thirds of the defunct Australian rock band Devastations. Extremely entrancing mix of dub, post-punk, 80s pop, R&B, ambient music. Cryptic, nocturnal despair pervades this album. Perfect for your Saturday night anti-party. All songs slow unless otherwise noted. Favorites: 1, 3, 4, 6, 9. No FCCs.|
1. *(3:51)—Cavernous, minimal, relaxing, hypnotic, eerie.
2. (5:27)—Funky, punchy, intense, mournful.
3. *(4:26)—Mid-tempo, more frenetic and danceable. Spacy synths. Lovely coda.
4. *(5:22)—Toward R&B balladry. Gorgeous luminescent guitars. “I’m losing my conscience to some Gucci mountain.”
5. (5:17)—Instrumental. Stealthy, texturally rich. Turns slightly abrasive near the end.
6. *(5:51)—Particularly poppy, epic. If Phil Collins had an anhedonic musical brother who joined Chromatics, this might be the result.
7. (3:27)—Jumbled washes of synths and drum tracks. Downright sinister.
8. (4:52)—Medium-slow, fractured. Feels more like an instrumental. Barely audible falsetto vox.
9. *(2:56)—Mid-tempo, minimal, sexy. Aggressive beat.
10. (5:29)—Instrumental. Features Blanck Mass. Creepy, trippy, throbbing, would be perfect as a theme for an 80s horror film.
|1.||Critics Multiply||6.||New People|
|3.||Feb Love||8.||Aqua Valerie|
|5.||Industrial Resort||10.||2 5 1 1|