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Braving The Seabed

Braving The Seabed

Sunseasky

Maybe upbeat slo-core? From, I think (but I’m not positive), Australia. Music that moves like Low, or Codeine, but with vocals that ride heavy, reminding me in the delivery of Spain, at least for the first song. The second song hits in the same Codeined style, but the vocals are traded off for a smooth ethereal dream. Male and female vocals shift tracks and turns, keeping the songs held together like holding hands. It’s music for when you are alone, and when you’re alone, these songs understand your sadness.

Sunseasky, 307 West Lake Drive, Random Lake, WI 53075; http://www.sunseasky.com


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