2010 release from singer/songwriter (and frequent Andrew Bird collaborator) Martin Dosh. For his fifth album, Martin Dosh had two goals. First: Get loose. 2008's Wolves and Wishes took a step in this direction by way of it's guests-freewheelers like Bonnie "Prince" Billy and Odd Nosdam-but Dosh records are well-known for their impeccable arrangements. Dosh's second goal seemed to directly conflict with the first: Explore thicker terrain for his already seething sound scapes. More drums. More vocals. And new to the Dosh catalog, lots of low end. But instead of clutter, this unique brand of maximalist, rhythm-driven post-rock sweeps lilting beauty, serious beats and even airy moments into it's comely whirlwind.
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