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Emrullah Özcan I don't know, You can't describe this music with words (at least I do not ;).
Music from another (better/stranger) world... Favorite track: Waitin' For The Orange Sunshine.
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Michael Reilly An impressive album of moody, dreamy, textural music. There's a real independent spirit in the song structures and boldly experimental rhythmic sounds, and I like the nicely implemented drone elements. Favorite track: These Days.
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Hamburger Dad An amazing, dreamy listen all the way through. 'These days' (and the video) has gotten me through some negative stuff. Favorite track: These Days.
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released May 24, 2011

LORELLE MEETS THE OBSOLETE - ON WELFARE (Captcha Records HBSP-2X-022)

with:
Lorelle: Vocals, electric guitar & electric bass.
The Obsolete: Drums & percussion, electric bass, casiotone, electric & acoustic guitars.

Special guest:
Hugo Quezada: Supersonic pads, ring modulator, omnichord & electric bass treatment.

Recorded and mixed by The Obsolete at his home.
Mastered by Kramer.

Photo by Jo Gtz.
Design by Nicolás Pradilla.

All words and music by Lorena Quintanilla except 2 and 5 by Alberto González.

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Lorelle Meets The Obsolete Guadalajara, Mexico

Brewing a hot pot of shoegaze and Krautrock bubbled through a psych filter, the band knows how to ride the edge of groove and gently cut back to spacey atmospherics to superb effect.

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