Friday, July 30, 2010

new: Velvet Davenport "When You Are Out"

Happy Ending

Velvet Davenport's latest offspring is now floating in the ether. Delivered care of Moon Glyph, the Minneapolis label spreading unparalled (and varied) psych from the land of 10K lakes, White Blue finds Parker Sprout once again channeling classic psych-pop and spinning it through a tunnel of bubbling lens filters. The effect is astonishing, especially on vignettes like "Checking Out," the tape's closer, which unravels from the shimmering "When You Are Out" and leaves you dangling, yearning for more White Blue. Luckily, VD's debut LP Warmy Girls isn't too far off in the distance.

Grip the new tape from Moon Glyph, and if your smart you'll snag the Regolith V.1 LP + Velvet Davenport's White Blue for a cool $20. Highest rec'd.


Jeff said...

Dude, this is wicked. Should post this on Altered Zones as well. Great stuff, thanks for the heads up.

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