|Weathers Ensemble, Andrew / Fuck Everybody, You Can Do Anything|
|Album:||Fuck Everybody, You Can Do Anything||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Weathers Ensemble, Andrew||Added:||09/2015|
|Add Date:||2015-09-04||Pull Date:||2015-11-06|
|Week Ending:||8 Nov||1 Nov||25 Oct||11 Oct||27 Sep||20 Sep||13 Sep||6 Sep|
|1.||Sat, 05 Aug 17:||Mr. Tumnus|
|4.||Sat, 07 Nov 15:||Eme O|
|2.||Sat, 15 Oct 16:||Mr. Tumnus|
|5.||Tue, 03 Nov 15:||alsal|
|3.||Sat, 07 Nov 15:||Mr. Tumnus|
|6.||Sat, 31 Oct 15:||BravoMarco|
BravoMarco Variety Show
LOCAL! An uplifting, rich, earnest masterpiece that lies somewhere at the intersection of folk, gospel, drone, and neoclassical music. But that's not even the half of it. Featuring more than a dozen local musicians, this album is the Bay Area version of Talk Talk's proto-post-rock/jazz/ambient masterpiece Spirit of Eden...with Auto-Tune. It also might be one of the best albums of 2015. No FCCs, but whatever you do, don't say the album title on air.|
1. (8:36)—Gentle, ominous intro leads into lovely, idyllic, major-key folk -drone.
2. (5:14)—Instrumental. Stately, featuring upright bass and clarinet.
3. (2:48)—Minimal. Fingerpicked guitar, bowed strings, lyrics that quote Drake.
4. (4:40)—Almost gospel-drone. Piano, bowed strings, lots of layered vocals. Beautiful coda.
5. (9:10)—Rolling, continuous piano. Lots of layered, echoing gospel vocals. Long, music-box piano coda.
6. (5:17)—Instrumental. Grand, slow to build, with vibraphone and lots of string layers.
7. (5:10)—Somewhat sad, with flitting electronics and lots of wind instruments. Ebbs and flows, but never peaks.