Crystal Stilts / In Love With Oblivion
Album:In Love With Oblivion Collection:General
Artist:Crystal Stilts Added:May 2011
Label:Slumberland Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-05-08 Pull Date:2011-07-10 
Week Ending:Jul 10Jul 3Jun 26Jun 19Jun 12Jun 5May 29May 22

Recent Airplay
1.Aug 19, 2021:Tree Talk (rebroadcast from Jul 23, 2019)
Sycamore Tree
4.Feb 05, 2016:A Visit From Drum
Sycamore Tree
2.Jul 23, 2019:Tree Talk
Sycamore Tree
5.Mar 05, 2015:The Sunset Life
Shake The Shackles
3.May 20, 2016:Moonlight Impressions
Half A Moon
6.Jan 20, 2015: In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand [W1502]
Sycamore Tree

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2011-05-01 
Psychey reverb laden jangle pop that smacks of classic Raspberries pop as well as darker early 90’s Chrome Cranks. Spacemen 3 with a shot of B12 and Thorazine? Distant heavily echo/reverbed male vocs, subtle organ and jangly-twangy guitars, tambourines, usual suspects. Fans of Triffids, Birthday Party, early psyche period Rolling Stones, etc will like. Slumberland Records is back, bigger and better than ever.

1) BEST TRACK? swingy reverb slathered twangy garage rock gone bad
2) early 70’s Raspberries pop feel, shoo bop yum yum
3) jangle pop
4) slower sexy, dark and sinister
5) upbeat almost cute and bouncy
6) very jangly strummy guitar and tambourine feel
7) bouncy jangly
8) BEST TRACK? very 60’s psyche feel with the little harpsichord touch (think: stones)
9) driving snare beat, head nodding ploddy
10) driving and rockin, pretty bad ass
11) swingy, with a barroom piano feel even, kinda smarmy and cool as shit

Track Listing
1.Sycamore Tree 6.Flying Into The Sun
2.Through The Floor 7.Shake The Shackles
3.Silver Sun 8.Precarious Stair
4.Alien Rivers 9.Invisible City
5.Half A Moon 10.Blood Barons
 11.Prometheus At Large