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Brown Recluse: Panoptic mirror maze (2011)

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“Brown Recluse’s origins as a studio experiment evolved quickly into the arena of group performance following the completion of their self-released debut EP, “Black Sunday.” Formerly Brown Recluse Sings, Brown Recluse (a poisonous spider, for the non-North American reader) have continued to challenge themselves over the last 5 years – following the release of “Black Sunday,” Slumberland Records’ release of “The Soft Skin” EP saw the ensemble further refine the baroque-pop flourishes intimated by their earlier output. Dead Format’s gritty cassette-only release of “Selected Hymns (of the Evening Tapestry)” was a rudimentary collection of demonstration recordings, establishing many of the songs that would see fruition in Slumberland’s forthcoming LP “Evening Tapestry.” Growth and exploration are two of the themes explored in “Evening Tapestry,” and the songs have grown considerably – as has the group. Juxtaposing eerie, minor-key psychedelia with their melancholic take on sunshine pop, Brown Recluse sees their most ambitious collection of songs to date. The previous exercises in composition and arrangement culminating in “Evening Tapestry” have also birthed a mini-LP, “Panoptic Mirror Maze,” which the band will be releasing digitally in conjunction with Slumberland Records” (Facebook)

Brown Recluse – Panoptic mirror maze (2011)

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28 junio, 2011 - Posted by | Brown Recluse

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