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Who is Seinking Ships? It is a collaboration between Eric Matthews and Christopher Seink.

Eric Matthews was a member of the much revered Cardinal, and a recording artist for Sub Pop Records - responsible for the groundbreaking orchestral pop record "It's Heavy in Here" Christopher Seink is a veteran of the Cleveland/ Akron music scene, playing acts such Rivethead, Liquid Gardens, & Quasispace.

Multiple songs feature guest vocals by Miki Berenyi from LUSH. Miki's vocals are her first musical output since Lush and a sporadic series of late 1990's guest appearances with THE RENTALS & Patrick Fitzgerald. "Museum Quality Capture" is a mostly instrumental project spurred on by the pair's mutual love of film soundtrack and new wave bands to create a brave new kind of instrumental music - a new wave cinema score

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  • Audio CD (August 25, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: S-Curve
  • ASIN: B003JLA4GM
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,941 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This album contains the first serious lead vocal work Miki Berenyi has done since the end of Lush back in 1996. That's right - apart from some backing vocals for the Rentals, some spoken word stuff for the guy from Kitchens of Distinction, and a single outstanding track for the Japanese band Flat7, she's essentially been retired from music. Now she's back, without missing a beat. To be sure, most of the work on this album is instrumental; she only appears on three songs. But this is some of her best work, and she's truly in great form. One can only hope she'll do this sort of thing more often, although I understand that she's made it clear that she has no desire to resume a full time career in music. At a minimum, you must check out the three tracks she's on. But the album as a whole also deserves a full hearing. Indeed, the three Miki tracks are at their most powerful when heard in the full context of the whole album. I'm not normally into purely instrumental or "post-rock" music, but with the possible exception of the Red Sparrows' "Every Red Heart...", this is the best I've ever heard. It's not quite shoegaze, but then, I don't know how else to characterize it, except by the ugly, underdescriptive "post-rock" moniker. Perhaps if Lush had never heard of Britpop, and decided to hang out with Damon & Naomi for 14 years while listening to equal parts psychedelia and jazz, with heavy infusions of dream pop, they might have sounded something like this. You'll have to listen yourself, and see what you think. Either way, it's a masterpiece, and the addition of Miki's vocals cinch the deal: this will be on my top 10 albums of the year.
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