Autopilot | Desert Dreams

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Desert Dreams

by Autopilot

Layers of guitar effects and dynamic drum beats highlighted by captivating pop hooks, memorable vocal lines, and out of the ordinary touches like a bow used on the guitar.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Desert Dreams
4:12 $1.09
2. Oceanside
3:42 $1.09
3. This City
3:32 $1.09
4. Battles
3:13 $1.09
5. Crossing Borderlines
3:33 $1.09
6. Tuesday Afternoon Processions
4:25 $1.09
7. Desert Dreams, Pt. II
1:44 $1.09
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Album Notes
Autopilot is an indie alternative rock band from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Their latest release, Desert Dreams, encompasses a wide range of musical influence while incorporating layers of guitar effects and dynamic drum beats. The record highlights the band’s progressive style which includes captivating pop hooks, memorable vocal lines, and out of the ordinary touches like a bow used on the guitar.

Desert Dreams was produced, recorded and mixed by S.J. Kardash at Full Color Studios in Saskatoon and mastered by Dave Greenberg at Sonopod Mastering in St. Petersburg, FL. The band previously worked with Kardash on their last full length record, Diamond Rough, in 2013 and their first EP, The All Divided, in 2005.

"In the space where power pop meets shoegaze-style guitar layers, Autopilot has crafted an album that's both brilliantly hook-laden and atmospherically dark. Dreamlike vocals dance lightly overtop of pummeling rhythms, while layers of noise and delay trail off intermittently." - Chris Morin, Planet S (Saskatoon, SK)



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