|Album:||Letting Up Despite Great Faults||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Letting Up Despite Great Faults||Added:||Nov 2009|
|Add Date:||2009-12-13||Pull Date:||2010-02-14|
|Week Ending:||Feb 14||Feb 7||Jan 31||Jan 24||Jan 17||Dec 27||Dec 20|
|1.||Jan 28, 2011:||No Waves In Paris
|4.||Jan 30, 2010:||My Musical Midlife Meltdown
|2.||Feb 11, 2010:||The Machine Stops
The Colors Aren't You Or Me
|5.||Jan 17, 2010:||Hipster Garbage [Sub for She Wolf]
|3.||Feb 04, 2010:||Musically Assured Destruction
|6.||Jan 17, 2010:||The DJ Never Has It
1. Slow, fuzzy electronic beat with repetitive guitar plucking and soft crooning vocals. Song picks up energy in a final 67 of glorious “break it down.”
2. Quick beat with whispery silky vocals, echoed piano samples and random 4-note keyboard riffs. Song gains momentum in the end and features cymbal crashes, synth, and strum-strummy guitars.
3. Super-fuzzy lo-fi guitars, tinkle piano, oboe chipper beats.
4. Spacey lyrics, nice synth riffs, scattered guitar chords.
5. Very slow, free-flowing almost meditational jam—all of the sudden this crazy Junior Boys-esque skullcrusher beat pops out and smashes things up. I have no idea why, and it sounds kind of out of place, but the concept is still awe-inspiring nevertheless...
6. Xylophone tinkling interspersed with some poppy electronic beats.
7. Deep resonating baselines, a dancey beat, and strummy guitars. Basically, what happened here is that Broken Social Scene and Death Cab for Cutie had a kid who was put up in an orphanage and eventually adopted by a younger, less-scruffy version of M83.
8. Campfire sing-along song with a shimmery electronic beat in the end.
9. A rock song? What? Where the hell did that come from? Anyway, lots of lo-fi bashing, synth, steady drumming and “I miss you everytime…” lyrics.
|2.||Folding Under Stories Told||6.||So Fast: You|
|3.||The Colors Aren't You Or Me||7.||Photographs Shakes|
|4.||Our Younger Noise||8.||Sun Drips|