Lorelle Meets The Obsolete
CD | 2014 | US | Original (Captcha)
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Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Announcing Lorelle Meets The Obsolete's new album Chambers: some serious psyched-haze, shuffle and boogie by the dynamic duo from Ensenada, Mexico. The album is called Chambers because, while they recorded it, they felt like they were in various enclosed places far from home and everything else. "Most of the songs came out of jams, while the tunes on the first two albums were structured either by LORENA or me," explains The Obsolete, aka Alberto Gonzalez. "It's really a straightforward record. To me it doesn't sound as hazy as the first two and, as it's the first time we worked with someone else behind the board, it's Cooper Crain's interpretation of Lorelle Meets the Obsolete. Then Sonic Boom cranked the volume up!" He's right. The result is a surprising direct record which, despite locking into a pulsating krautrock groove on "Whats Holding You?" or getting lost in a fog of white noise on "Music for Dozens," always retains a very human heart and soul. There is diversity too--from the slide guitar and driving bass on the out of control rave up that is "Sealed Scene" to the narco-blues of "Dead Leaves" and the folky, melanocholy "Greiving." This is the band's third long-player following up 2013's critically acclaimed LP Corruptible Faces and 2011's debut On Welfare.