Lowsunday | Elesgiem

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Elesgiem

by Lowsunday

From Brit-influenced dreampop to shoegaze-inspired melancholia,
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. wallpaper room
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2. she follows rain
3:46 album only
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3. zuff
4:31 album only
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4. magic memory
4:57 album only
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5. elevate her
5:21 album only
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6. shine. . .
4:44 album only
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7. . . .to sleep
5:12 album only
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8. alone without
5:01 album only
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9. human
5:58 album only
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10. closer closer
6:13 album only
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11. daystar
5:30 album only
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12. disassembly
11:25 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From Brit-influenced dreampop to shoegaze-inspired melancholia, Pittsburgh PA's Lowsunday brings something new and refreshing to the darkwave scene. Their effortlessly smart and catchy songs tread the sonic waters with screeching guitars and layer upon layer of arsenic-laced melodies . . . crowned with bittersweet and emotive vocals. Compared to The Chameleons, Sound, Ride, Sonic Youth and My Bloody Valentine, Lowsunday presents Elesgiem, their second full-length release and debut for Projekt.




A review from Outburn Magazine #16
FLOWING RETROACTIVE DARK DREAMPOP:
| 4 out of 5 | This impressive debut has a certain charm to it that will find it landing with delight in the record collections of goths and shoegazers alike. While trying to make it as a musician in Pittsburgh, PA would be enough to depress anyone, their Bunnymen-esque, melancholic tones are not so overstated as to drag them into the murky waters that drown many gloom rockers in silliness. Rather, they create effective moods with a nice balance of low pop vocal hooks, sweeping guitar textures, and soft locomotive rhythms that keep each track moving along into the next with amazing cohesion. Lowsunday, (formerly Low Sunday Ghost Machine), manage to evoke a remarkable 80s post-punk, pre-goth vibe while still remaining fresh. At times they recall brighter elements of Joy Division and The Chameleons in the voice department. Hints of Flock of Seagulls' spaciness, Pulp's nouveau-mod panache, and Kevin Shields' love affair with layered effected feedback place this recent Projekt signing in the right path to ride some of the momentum from the current Britpop and dreampop revival. - Jason Myers

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