|Crushed Stars / Displaced Sleepers|
|Album:||Displaced Sleepers||Collection:||Out for Review|
|Add Date:||2017-03-22||Pull Date:||2017-05-24|
|Week Ending:||28 May||21 May||7 May||23 Apr||16 Apr||2 Apr|
|1.||Mar 23, 2022:||Magnetized Toner (TJBDF-2017 Edition) (rebroadcast from May 2, 2017) |
|4.||May 03, 2017:||The Fuzz Deli |
|2.||May 23, 2017:||Magnetized Toner |
Palace Of Mirrors
|5.||May 02, 2017:||Magnetized Toner (TJBDF-2017 Edition) |
|3.||May 18, 2017:||Music for Misfits |
|6.||Apr 18, 2017:||Magnetized Toner (R1)/A-Philiac (Reprise) |
Crushed Stars specializes in quiet, literate pop influenced by everyone from Burt Bacharach to the Sea and Cake. Displaced Sleepers is the first Crushed Stars album in four years. The last album, Farewell Young Lovers (2013), buttressed the languid ponderousness with some uptempo post-punk. Displaced Sleepers swings back in the other direction, with expansive ambiance filling in the open spaces between the measuredly strummed guitars. It is a gentle swing, for sure, but it’s one for the better.|
Like: Keaton Henson, The Verve, Griffin House, Brief Candles
Play any/all. No FCC’s.
1.**Permafrost (4:48) Slow, dreamy guitars and lots of reverb.
2.**Diminished Returns (4:01) Spacey, mellow melodies and keys.
3.*Celia in Her Constellation (3:29) Mellow, minimal guitars.
4.***Spaceman (4:37) Start quiet & peaceful, then spacey and beautiful.
5.**Sleepwalking (6:15) Relaxing ambient guitars and chiming keys.
6.**Palace of Mirrors (3:51) Slow and steady drums, very mellow.
7.**Moonbath (4:45) Slow, ponderous, gorgeous.
8.**Slow Parades (4:39) Slow & measured journey.
9.Leaving Trains (7:15) Lovely soft and soft, enchanting.
|2.||Diminished Returns||6.||Palace Of Mirrors|
|3.||Celia In Her Constellation||7.||Moonbath|