Saturday, March 28, 2009

Finale of Seem

I’ve always thought it would be hard to come up with a list of core tenets for the NPR/Murrow feature “This I Believe.” Whenever I hear the segment I think: What do I believe? These days belief is more a matter of seeming and feeling than anything else. But one thing I believe is this: the Papercuts make lovely music. The sound of the organ is pervasive. You might want to say something about being “blanketed” or “bathed” in organ, except that that sounds kind of gross. You’re definitely awash in something. It’s a little like Stereolab as conceived by Brian Jones or Lee Hazlewood, factor in Mazzy Star, factor out the futuristic French disco, and divide by a vast sun-bleached desert.

“Future Primitive” - Papercuts


Lefty said...

link no work

Mr. Poncho said...

link fixy