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Stay Inside / Feel Everything

Air FormationAudio CD
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  • Label: independent
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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I don't know how many times I will have to say this, but Clairecords signs another winner to their label. I picture them hunting high and low for the best blissed out, fuzzy, shimmering bands of all time and coming away from the hunt with great results. Newest in their sights is Air Formation. Captured and packaged in a disc called Stay inside/Feel Everything, Air Formation brings to the table all the elements of a next generation shoegazer band with subtle touches that make the genre their own. Air Formation takes shimmering, blissful guitars and sweeps the listener into space rock heaven.

Stay Inside begins with "Turns Into Sky." The track starts off with soft, shimmering piano and blissed out guitar. Breathy vocals ride on lush sound with punchy percussion and driving bass. "Turns" is a 6 minute soundscape that achieves a sound not unlike cascading water falls in the background. "Fallen Leaves" follows on the heels of "Turns into Sky." This song has recessed vocals My Bloody Valentine style, but with a deeper tone. The melody in this song is catchy, intricate and beautifully sits on top of the floating guitars. "Seethrustars" is a nice change of pace after the first two tracks. It is a slow piece that is heavier in feeling with widening bass and purposeful percussion. The vocals sit on the heavy laden sound like fresh air floating on heavy tones. The bass really drives this song while high, shimmering bleeps ride the tonal waves.

"Why I Lost You" is almost an instrumental, with the vox being used minimally. It rides on the heels of "Seethrustars" but lightens the heavy feel and brings lighter vocals with simpler bass work and light tapping on the ride. "Full Flight" is more spacey and shimmering in its approach. This song feels a lot like Jeremy Wrenn's work in Airiel.
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