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His/Hers [Vinyl]


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Zelienople (named after a borough in Pennsylvania) is the moniker of Chicago-based musicians Matt Christensen (guitar/vocals), Mike Weis (percussion) and Brian Harding (guitar/clarinet) and between them, in a desolate suburban basement, they have come up with a record of pure psych-rock sludge. Now on their fifth album, the band has struck upon their finest moment yet, honing their skills to create something singular and utterly unique. There is certainly no shortage of acts willing to throw down waves of experimental guitar noise and clattering percussion, but with the benefit of focus and experience, Zelienople sound like something totally out of time and almost impossible to place. Residing in a hazy drunken world in-between slow-core pioneers Low, psych-folk outsiders Charalambides, Japanese overlords Boris and Dead Man-era Neil Young, His/Hers is a faded photograph of rock music past, yet still manages to keep a firm footing in the present. Guitars echo like disappearing ghosts and vocals moan and wail mercilessly while percussion bubbles up in glorious waterlogged waves. Fusing the warring factions of blues, noise, metal, folk and jazz, the trio has made as breathtaking a psychedelic album as you're likely to find. This is an album made for listening, for enjoying and sinking into, an album that is made as an illicit treat for the discerning music fans among us. Grab hold and step aboard, Zelienople are just about ready to take you on a universal journey into the subconscious, and it's gonna be quite some ride.

1. Family Beast
2. Moss Man
3. Parts Are Lost
4. Forced March
5. Sweet Ali

Product Details

  • Vinyl (July 10, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Type
  • ASIN: B000QEIOP8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,446,842 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By scoundrel on October 22, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Zelienople specializes in spacious compositions, and on HIS/HERS, they bring a minimal atmosphere to bear, as "Family Beast" circles around a sole guitar at its start, with some background drones, until additional guitars and a plaintive voice make their entrance. "Moss Man" lingers more, before it dives into a crush of chaotic sound. "Parts Are Lost" starts off traditionally as well (though steeped in reverb) but drifts off into the nether, and "Forced March" starts out like a dirge worthy of Bataan before easing off. "Sweet Ali" returns to the spare, letting the sound sit quietly with itself. Chilly, but good.
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