Download links and information about Drrt by Lost Lander. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 40:05 minutes.
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|2.||Dig (How It Feels to Lay In the Soft Light)||4:35|
|3.||Afraid of Summer||3:58|
|5.||Belly of the Bird / Valentina||3:25|
|8.||Through Your Bones||3:54|
|11.||Your Name Is a Fire||3:05|
There’s a recurring lyrical theme in Lost Lander’s 2012 debut, Drrt: we need to unplug from technology and return to nature. Funny, then, that Drrt was created via remote access (i.e. computer) between tunesmith Matt Sheehy and producer Brent Knopf. But this sort of contradiction is what enlivens the album with creative tension. “Dig (How It Feels To Lay in the Soft Light)” contrasts wood-toned acoustic guitars with heavy electric six-string distortion, as Sheehy laces his lyrics with outdoorsy images culled from his experiences as a forester in the Pacific Northwest. Knopf’s kinetic production in “Kangaroo” invokes memories of Beck’s sonic collages of the '90s, while the backward guitars and trotting beats of “Belly of the Bird/Valentina” backpedal for a subtle '60s-flavored psychedelic effect. The sleepy “Through Your Bones” takes a minimal approach, with Sheehy’s pristinely pronounced inflections swimming over fingerpicked guitar and Nicole Portley’s lush string arrangements to create a song that sounds like a sibling to tracks by Will Oldham and Samuel Beam.