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American Artifact

by Brothers Lazaroff

Brothers Lazaroff combine psychedelic and indie rock elements to their mix of song-centric soulful Americana.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. I'll See You Through
3:42 album only
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2. American Artifact
5:06 album only
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3. When the Bottom Falls Out
4:26 album only
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4. Ain't Gonna Let You In
5:00 album only
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5. Dreamin'
5:59 album only
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6. Numbing the Pain
3:43 album only
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7. Pretty Eyes
3:56 album only
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8. Let It Be Love
6:11 album only
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9. Upper Hand
3:48 album only
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10. How Long You Gonna Stay Away?
4:13 album only
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11. Creeks Don't Rise
5:16 album only
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12. Haven't Walked A Mile
4:18 album only
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13. Lament
8:48 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"American Artifact, their second album under the Brothers Lazaroff name, was recorded at Sawhorse Studios with Jacob Detering. They tracked twelve songs over the course of two days, with minimal overdubs. "It was fast, but Dave and I have recorded a lot together," Jeff says. "And the bass player [Lindsay Greene] has worked with us for a long time." Gary Newcomb, of Austin rock band Lil' Cap'n Travis and Bruce Robison's touring band, adds mandolin, twelve-string guitar and the distinctive pedal steel that ups the psychedelic feel. The result pays homage to Daniel Lanois' soundscapes (think Oh Mercy and Yellow Moon) and a Cohen-esque mix of existential poetry and social anxiety." - Roy Kasten, Writer for the Riverfront Times

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