|Luluc / Sculptor|
|Label:||Sub Pop Records|
|Add Date:||2018-10-08||Pull Date:||2018-12-10|
|Week Ending:||Dec 2||Nov 25||Nov 11||Oct 28||Oct 21||Oct 14|
|1.||Nov 30, 2018:||KZSU Time Traveler |
|4.||Oct 26, 2018:||KZSU Time Traveler |
|2.||Nov 23, 2018:||KZSU Time Traveler |
|5.||Oct 25, 2018:||Hysteresis History |
|3.||Nov 04, 2018:||The KZSU Album Airplay Chart Show |
|6.||Oct 23, 2018:||Magnetized Toner |
|Katrina and Kayla|
Reviewed by Katrina and Kayla
This is the third album by Australian Folk Duo Luluc. The band is currently based out of Brooklyn, with members Zoë Randell and Steve Hassett. The album also features J Mascis in “Me and Jasper” and The Dirty Three's Jim White on “Genius.” Hassett’s take on the album: “Life is something you get, and you can get sidetracked for years and even destroy it, or you can remember that you've got some control over your life.”
Recommend: 4, 9, 10
FCCs: 5, 6
1) (3:01) Spring - Slow, a pretty, choral lamentation on the end of Spring. Fades out.
2) (4:14) Heist - Slow, muted intro, then clear, pure vocals pierce through. Chorus-y background comes in.
3) (4:34) Kids - Slow, quiet guitar underneath far-away sounding vocals.
4) * (2:21) Controversy - Syncopated singing over finger-picking guitar and plinking bells.
5) (5:12) Cambridge - FCC “fuck yeah” - Slow, spacey feel, same ethereal vocals.
6) (3:23) Me and Jasper - FCC “bitching” - Acoustic guitar underneath sad-sounding harmonies.
7) (3:19) Genius - Interesting, syncopated drum intro. Dreamy vocals.
8) (3:06) Moon Girl - Mid/slow, pretty finger-picked guitar melody under pleasant, calming vocals.
9) * (1:55) Needn’t Be - Begins with solo vocals, weaves in futuristic piano sound with playful guitar plucking.
10) * (4:05) Sculptor - Title track, mysterious-sounding vocals over a variety of instruments.
|1.||Spring||6.||Me And Jasper|