|Bardo Pond / Under The Pines|
|Album:||Under The Pines||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2017-04-27||Pull Date:||2017-06-29|
|Week Ending:||25 Jun||18 Jun||11 Jun||4 Jun||28 May||14 May||7 May||30 Apr|
|1.||Thu, 22 Jun 17:||Super Chuck|
|4.||Sat, 10 Jun 17:||Adam|
|2.||Sat, 17 Jun 17:||Eme O|
|5.||Wed, 31 May 17:||Your Imaginary Friend|
|3.||Wed, 14 Jun 17:||Telepathic Juan|
Magnetized Toner: After Hours
|6.||Wed, 24 May 17:||Super Chuck|
The Fuzz Deli
The 11th album of the Philadelphia band’s 26-year career the noisy sludge and distorted mire of these six tracks there lives a gorgeous, golden majesty. Under The Pines comprises just six songs and clocks in at a relatively pithy 40:31, although the fades that end half the tracks indicate that it could have been a lot longer. Each song has a beginning and an end, but what registers isn’t their passage but the solidity of their eternal now-ness.|
No detectable FCC’s
Like: J. Spaceman & Kid Millions, Acid Mother's Temple, Jessamine, Wooden Shjips
Love to play: 1,5
1.Crossover (5:28) Sludgy Dinosaur Jr. guitar power with the glacial grandiosity of Black Mountain.
2.Out Of Reach (10:51) Slow pace that descends into extended progressive rock.
3.My Eyes Out (4:34) Pard pond signature track: slow, heavy, spacy, delicate and calm vocals.
4.Moment To Moment (9:43) A welcome change. The signature flute adds nother dimension to the space of the song.
5.Under The Pines (5:48) Lovely sad and beautiful.
6.Effigy (4:05) Bardo pond calm noise and full of force guitars.
|1.||Crossover||4.||Moment To Moment|
|2.||Out Of Reach||5.||Under The Pines|
|3.||My Eyes Out||6.||Effigy|