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Julian Lynch – “Carios Kelleyi I”

Posted on the 30 January 2013 by Audiocred @audiocred

 Julian Lynch   Carios kelleyi I

Julian Lynch is a true recording artist, by which I mean the shape and texture of each specific sound he records is art in and of itself. On “Carios kelleyi I,” from Lynch’s upcoming Lines LP (March 26th), bedroom rhythms meet jabbering guitars in careful syncopation, to produce what is probably the best song I’ve heard this month. Lynch, a New jersey native and member of the Underwater Peoples collective, has spent the last few years in Wisconsin, and I think it’s starting to show in the palate; “Cairos” is the musical version of a slow walk through a stunning Midwestern plain on a grey, wet day. Chamber choir vocals swarm like a chorus of flutes around Lynch’s own muddled singing, and all you can do is get caught up in the peaceful majesty of it all.

If you’re curious about the song’s name, check out this entry on Iowa State’s Department of Entomology site. Lines is out March 26th, 2013 on Underwater Peoples.

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