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A long title and an equally articulated nineteen songs facility marks the seventh work of Drew Sullivan, which coincides with the tenth anniversary of its activities under the alias Slow Dancing Society . In this broader context, which is well over the total duration of time, the Washington guitarist ranges from artist now sailed among the regulars soundscapes that combine atmospheric size and post-rock characters and consistent ramblings in less explored territories.

Thus, compared with a starting light environmental mold, subsequently clocked by electronic and harmonic-rhythmic pulsations buildings pointing to emotional involvement, the work gradually reveals aspects of Sullivan’s personality so far remained on the margins of his artistic creation. This corresponds to a part of his old musical passions, directed to something decidedly more “classic” than realized in own; It happens so that the guitars are stripped naked of environmental reverbs to reveal languor suffused psychedelic seventies, that you are of the warm colors from the ancient rock flavor.

The Past as passionate and one from Sullivan musician are melted in yet Slow Dancing Society trip, which rises to the occasion creative canon endemic nostalgia that expands from a concrete expressive modality sensations.

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