Inverse Room | Simulacrum

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Simulacrum

by Inverse Room

A melange of geek rock, dorktronica, and fuzz-folk, with a bit of psychedlica tossed in for good measure.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. The Golden Shred
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2. Ivy Home
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3. Something Is About To Happen
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4. The Lions of Canarsie
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5. You Never Hear The One That Hits You
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6. Liberty Village
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7. Towns Like These
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8. Cavemen
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9. Lake Effect
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10. All Day Long And All Through The Night
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11. Taxi
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12. My Beautiful Saloon
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13. Paper Chain
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14. Dirty Wedding
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15. At The Dump
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Inverse Room is the musical alter ego of novelist J. Robert Lennon. He resides in a basement in Ithaca, New York with a dehumidifier, eight guitars, several drum machines, and many synthesizers, and is occasionally seen performing in public with a thereminist and a guy who uses pocket change as a percussion instrument.

"Simulacrum" is the premier American work of dorktronic, folkadelic geek-rock, gathering into its shaggy embrace the diverse influences of neo-primitivism ("Cavemen"), retro-headbangism ("The Golden Shred"), gordian acousticism ("At The Dump"), and Casionic quasi-surrealism ("Liberty Village"). Employing such exotic instrumentation as a pan of water, birds, a boombox, walkie-talkies, kitchen matches, and a bag of cat food, these fifteen songs are guaranteed to find a home in your credit card bill, your heart, and the floor of your car.


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