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|The Time Between Us|
|Interpret(en):||Rundle, Emma Ruth & Jaye Jayle|
|Medium:||LP + Download|
|Genre:||Pop & Rock|
|Information:||6-song Album between Sargent House alum Emma Ruth Rundle (Red Sparowes, Marriages) and the label's newest addition, Louisville's Jaye Jayle (featuring Evan Patterson of Young Widows) with 3 previously unreleased tracks from each artist. Opening track "The Distance" incorporates the lonely tones and dusty landscapes which are by now a trademark of the ERR sound, its lulling swells of reverb punctuated by sparkles of lyrical intensity.
"To Fold in England (Hours)", meanwhile, invokes a stoic kind of restraint, all muted keys and aching strings, a subtle backdrop for Rundle's delicate fretwork, soon extinguished under the density of her nuanced, layered vocals. The side closes with the original acoustic version of "Hand of God". "Hand of God" exhibits the raw, cathartic nature of Rundle's art, reduced to its essence.
Though possessing a distinct Southern filter, Jaye Jayle's stripped-back noir in fact owes more to Krautrock than the blues, while Evan Patterson's baritone croon brings to mind Angels of Light-era Michael Gira. The swampy thump of opener "About Time You Came to Me" is a prime example of what the band describes as its "exercises in tension and restraint".
"Unnecessarily" finds Patterson channelling his inner Iggy over a rhythm made menacing by its sheer unwillingness to break form.
"Hope Faith County", by comparison, seems as if transmitted from a dream. A timeless meander draped in icy violins, the song concludes Jaye Jayle's.
|Im Shop seit:||17.03.2017|
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