Lucy Bland | Down To Sea Level

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Down To Sea Level

by Lucy Bland

A little bit familiar and a lot unexpected, fuses the dynamic range of indie rock, the experimentation of electronica, and the story telling of folk into this genre-defining work.
Genre: Electronic: Folktronic
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1. Sea Level
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2. Venice
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3. The Bridge
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4. Fly Away
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5. Blueprints
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6. Valor
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7. Plumb
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8. Maysay
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9. Rewrite
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10. Crashing Waves
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hailing from the rain capital of the country, Seattle, Washington, Lucy Bland lets the rain inspire their music rather than drown them out. Channeling those long winters and rainy days into each opus, Lucy Bland combines delicate drops of sound into a deluge that is indie, folk, and electronic all at once. The experience begins with Cat Biell's vocals, quietly outlining images of the sea, the sky and everything in between. Then comes the rich, lyrical melodies from violinist Katie Mosehauer. Next are hints of spare bluesy jams and 60's sci-fi soundtracks from multi-instrumentalist Tim Stedman. Electronic beats emerge from a table roofed with knobs, wires and blinking lights, and Todd Wallar marshals the song to shape. Drops of steel guitar and accordion suggest the coming brilliance, and a mood materializes. Quiet and clear, tantalizing and powerful.


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Jeff Wasserman

exactly what I needed
The weather's getting warmer, I'm stuck inside (though next to an open window) grading papers, and this CD keeps playing. I love it.

Kasey A Kiesel

completely level in any mood
I Love it and always listen to it all the way through.

Alex Olsen

Diggin It
this is some pretty trippy stuff mr. stedman! I'm diggin it. Its like floating out at see on a little inflatable mattress on a warm rainy day.