|Add Date:||2012-10-21||Pull Date:||2012-12-23|
|Week Ending:||Dec 23||Dec 16||Dec 2||Nov 25||Nov 18||Nov 11||Nov 4||Oct 28|
|1.||Aug 23, 2018:||butterscotch memory
|4.||Jun 27, 2017:||butterscotch memory
|2.||May 31, 2018:||The Flannel Underground
|5.||Dec 12, 2015:||Mix Tape
|3.||Jul 25, 2017:||butterscotch memory
|6.||Jun 02, 2015:||In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand [SPQ07]
Try: 5, 6, 7, 1, 2, 11
1) * 2:51 Guitar echos and vulnerable lyrics. Extremely sparse chorus with simple kick drum pattern. Pretty, pretty, pretty.
2) * 2:47 More upbeat bass backing. Polyrhythmic kick eventually blends in and drives the track forward. Cool male/female vocal mix.
3) 2:56 Background guitar pattern, buzzing male meditative vocals. Builds up more and more drama until a piano line slowly trickles out.
4) 3:15 Wobbly electronics and a no-tempo drum pattern. Builds up, deconstructs, repeat. More straightforward and pop-ish than the rest.
5) ** 3:57 Direct and driven. Includes what just might be the most appropriate use of steel drums. That alone makes this worth playing.
6) ** 3:38 Starts out all minimalistic, gradually adds more intensity. Great hooks, Burial-esque drums in the background. Beautiful.
7) ** 3:33 Less is more. Over the top dramatic, by far the most dynamic song on here. Extremely melancholic, long empty spaces.
8) 3:01 Sparse, minimalistic. Not quite as catchy as the rest.
9) 3:02 Longing, faint guitars. Hushed feel, lots of empty space.
10) 4:59 Long a capella intro adds Burial-esque drums and echo-heavy guitars.
11) 3:13 * Slow and pretty. Lovey-dovey duet with tightly layered vocals and heavily processed guitars in the background.