Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Aunt Sis – BG082/9 Tracks (2014)



  • Americana 
  • Indie rock 
  • Art rock 
  • Alternative rock 
  • Krautrock 
  • Noise rock 
  • Experimental pop 
  • Lo-fi 
  • Drone pop 
  • Electronic

Comment: Aunt Sis is a collective from Asheville, USA and their music can be categorised as Americana on its very core. On the other hand, the collective provides many dodges and twists throughout the 9-notch outing being released on Bleeding Gold. I would like to say Aunt Sis does have a similar relationship to Americana as Wilco used to have been having. Maybe it would be more righteous to admit Americana is just the most suitable term to generalise Justin Morris and his companies` songs. From thoughtful lo-fi guitar twangs to expansive and majestic (indie) pop mannerism, from emotional singing and sensual chants to the explosive temper of chemical hippies. The combo surprises at Dr. Dahl which is a bow to Neu! through Stereolab and The High Llamas. In any cases, it is fairly freeing for a listener to drift between the aforementioned shifts. Dortch is the final piece of the issue where a modern version of Krautrock meets doo wop and acidic harmonica chords. It is truly elegant to finish off an album in such a way.
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