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Easy Pieces

by Lateduster

Lateduster are multi-instrumentalists running live drums, bass, guitar, turntables and keys through samplers and effects that culminate in a stunning end result.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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4. milovanova (for vera)
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Album Notes
'Easy Pieces' is the first widely distributed cd from the Minneapolis based band Lateduster. Formed in 1999 of Bryan Olson, JG Everest, Martin Dosh and Andrew Broder, they are multi-instrumentalists running live drums, bass, guitar, turntables and keys through samplers and effects that culminate in a stunning end result. Over the course of two and a half years, they've played many shows together in Minneapolis and put out four EPs and a self-released album, but unfortunately broke up in November of 2002 to move on to other projects. In the time since then they've been involved with many well renowned projects including Fog (Ninja Tune), Dosh (Anticon), Hymie's Basement (Lex), and Neotropic (Ninja Tune/Mush). So this collective's output is clearly not to be missed as Merck brings together some of their original recordings, newly re-mastered and mixed, with new artwork onto a full 50-minute album. This is the definitive look at Lateduster.


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Tamara Turner, CD Baby

Take the name of the band to begin with- Late Duster- pop it in your mouth, let it swirl around a bit, let the flavors suggest more flavors and, for starters, you have a twilight vibe, a suggestion of fading daylight, nighttime pulling up the blankets of darkness, quieting the hum, reducing the buzz to a softened murmur, an introspective, contemplative rumble, dusting the curtains of night with a phosphorescent glow. With an ultimately organic approach to songwriting, Late Duster's breed of downtempo, trip hop, ambient electronic and atmospheric jazz cumulates into a distinguished groove, a remarkable feast of moods that fans of Tortoise will want to devour.