Monday, August 11, 2008

Grouper - Dragging A Dead Deer Up A Hill

Contender for top five albums of the year status, Grouper managed to make a remarkable album. She has a knack for creating ghostly melodies that are a springboard for her beautifully haunting voice, that withers away in a forest towards the end of fall. A layer spring time pop lies buried beneath a ground overgrown with morning dew covered leaves here. Musty scents and clean air, you are in a mountain range somewhere in Colorado practicing yoga alone during the onset of dawn. Lovely. 

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10 comments:

bodo said...

I would like to know more about this band.

shilzzzzzzz said...

sometimes you are sarcastic, bodo. never know when to believe you. I know I used a lot of hyperbole in the description, but it's effin good. :)

bodo said...

Story of my life. I actually like this a whole whole lot.

Who the fuck wouldn't?

SERIOUSLY SHOW ME THE FUCKER I'MA BLEED VALENTINES INTO HIS FUCKIN' EARDRUMS.

I also sincerely like Lil Wayne, if that was unclear.

shilzzzzzzz said...

i'm trying to find out more, too. there are a couple other albums she has out, though it seems like they are far less focused than this. collaboration with xiu xiu also. i'm going to try to hunt them down...

bodo said...

So I was wondering how much Sunny Day in Glasgow you've heard, if any. You would absolutely love it. XX vocals, blissed out feedback clouds, the works. My favorite band.

bobbysu said...

thanks for sharing

Gage said...

I got to meet her and last night at the Animal Collective merch. table last night, and I bought i copy of this from her. She's one of the nicest people I've ever met.

msh group said...

thanks

Art Union said...

muchas gracias, se agradece que subas esta música tan sensacional

kamagra said...

I will do my best to find Grouper at Google. I couldn't get lucky with it but I've been hearing a lot of critics about them.