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A Faint Glow

by Squarewave

Honest dark emotive psychedelic guitar/electronic rock, brought to you from the former members of Ivory Library
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Hang It On Your Shoulder
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2. Blindman
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3. Missing
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4. Move on
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5. Air into need
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6. Will you stay?
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7. Glassbottom
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8. Spirals
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9. Half a life
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10. Until that far
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11. Canyons
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Album Notes
As a follow up to last year's "Dullhead", "A Faint Glow" continues on the same path of contemplative and emotive guitar/electronic psychedelia

Isthmus Review
Rich Albertoni on Thursday 03/08/2007

The sophomore release from former Ivory Library members Jeff Jagielo and Pat Connaughty is quieter and more delicate than their 2006 debut, but no less engaging. The CD starts with three tracks that showcase Squarewave’s stylistic range — fuzzy dance pop, spooky psychedelica and slow-burning guitar rock. “Air into Need” recalls Killing Moon-era Echo & the Bunnymen, but by the time the sixth song kicks in, A Faint Glow locks into a down-tempo, contemplative mood. Once there, Squarewave use electric guitar jams to stake out a hungry, searching sound. Connaughty and Jagielo co-wrote all the tracks, and the strength of their collaboration is a knack for transforming compositions into swirling ambient soundscapes.

For those who spent the ’80s and ’90s plugged into Ivory Library, Squarewave are like rediscovering a long lost friend. For the uninitiated, they are a local band not to be missed.


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Max "Myndblown" Waller

Contemplative dreamscapes and moody magnificence.
For anyone who has experienced Ivory Library and the previous (first) release as Squarewave, this latest trip will provide more enduring pleasures. It continues down the exploratory path of contemplative dreamscapes and moody magnificence that have cut swathes through their previous outings. Turn it on, tune in, and float away.