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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Dean McPhee's 'Water Burial' combines a beautiful, folkish melody and great electric guitar tone with effects that sound like decaying trails of saturated tape echo. It's a very memorable and majestic piece of music that sticks in the mind long after you have heard it. Chapters' 'The Whiteness of th ... »

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Dean McPhee's 'Water Burial' combines a beautiful, folkish melody and great electric guitar tone with effects that sound like decaying trails of saturated tape echo. It's a very memorable and majestic piece of music that sticks in the mind long after you have heard it. Chapters' 'The Whiteness of the Whale' is a unique piece that continues the watery theme. Beeping distress signals and an unusual chopped up guitar sample roll by over a sparse kick drum and the analog overtones of a droning synth. A nicely paced and quite engrossing piece of digital psych folk.Overall it's an really nice little piece of vinyl and well recommended for fans of the more unusual end of the psych folk spectrum. It's the kind of thing that works well in the small hours of the night when everything's silent and you can really listen to the little details in the sounds.


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