Quark | Sleep Facing Southward (EP)

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Sleep Facing Southward (EP)

by Quark

Thoughtful lyrics, feisty improv and thumping ostinatos melt over a warm bed of horns, strings, crunchy jazz guitar, rhodes...a strange weave of grief, anger and joy.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Sleep Facing Southward
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2. constructionreconstruction
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3. Going and Coming
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4. When
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"...An orgy of horns like those in Radiohead’s "The National Anthem" form a brassy frame around Pat Lamothe’s gravel-lifting bass. "Going and Coming" is a bit mellow by comparison, but "When" launches from heartfelt balladeering into an overblown symphony, much like the Smashing Pumpkins used to in their prime.

Quite unexpected — the combination of jam and indie aesthetics was fertile ground just waiting to be gardened."


— From Dan Barry's column "Local Motion" in the Hartford Advocate (Hartford, CT, USA).


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