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Gunn, Steve / Unseen In Between, The
Album:Unseen In Between, The Collection:General
Artist:Gunn, Steve Added:Apr 2019
Label:Matador Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2019-04-09 Pull Date:2019-06-11 
Week Ending:Jun 9Jun 2May 26May 19May 12May 5Apr 28Apr 21
Airplays:13121112

 Recent Airplay
1.Aug 26, 2022:KZSU Time Traveler (rebroadcast from Aug 27, 2021)
New Moon
4.Oct 08, 2021:Being as an ocean (rebroadcast from Apr 11, 2019)
New Moon
2.Apr 12, 2022:KZSU Time Traveler (rebroadcast from Aug 27, 2021)
New Moon
5.Aug 27, 2021:KZSU Time Traveler
New Moon
3.Nov 03, 2021:Being as an ocean (rebroadcast from Apr 11, 2019)
New Moon
6.May 22, 2020:KZSU Time Traveler
New Moon

Album Review
Super Chuck
Reviewed 2019-04-05 
Steve Gunn reflects with a sense of self-vigilance in The Unseen in Between. It's a familiar notion for the Pennslyvania singer-songwriter, a roots-rock traditionalist whose intricate guitar playing speaks with such authority that it overshadows his personal thoughts. With his latest, The Unseen In Between—Gunn has resuscitated stylistic elements of guitar playing in a similar vein of J.J. Cale, Jim O'Rourke circa Bad Timing, and a little Jerry Garcia.

Indie, Indie Folk

Like: The War On Drugs, Kurt Vile, Mac DeMarco, Angel Olsen

FCC Clean

Play: 1, 2, 4, 8

1.New Moon (5:10) Desolate harmonica drifts over a jazzy interplay of upright bass and strummed chords.
2.Vagabond (5:01) Snaking downhill rockerwith lap steel guitars and whirring solos.
3.Chance (4:25) A diaphanous hard luck story which recalls The Smiths.
4.Stonehurst Cowboy (3:41) Impassioned track highlighting Gunn’s shrewdness as a musician.
5.Luciano (5:53) Delicate track in this acoustic vein but subtly adds in strings and percussion.
6.New Familiar (5:56) Spiralling off into modern-rock reveries replete with strings and other atmospherics.
7.Lightning Field (5:00) Dreamy atmosphere and it's up to the listener whether or not they want to tag along.
8.Morning Is Mended (4:00) Dark strings enhance the moody music that shifts from the finger-picked, early Pink Floyd-influenced reflection.
9.Paranoid (5:15) Outer-space dream indie pop.

Track Listing
1.New Moon 5.Luciano
2.Vagabond 6.New Familiar
3.Chance 7.Lightning Field
4.Stonehurst Cowboy 8.Morning Is Mended
 9.Paranoid