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What Frontier - EP

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The first of a series of modular EP's, What Frontier is an inventive and literate blend of electronics, opera and pop elements.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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1. What Frontier
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2. Times Like These
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3. Miser
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4. News!
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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What Frontier is both timeless and timely, blending literate lyrics and dense vocals with contemporary cliches and live electronics. The husband and wife duo of James and Brea McAnally set out a jaw-dropping first release that deals with the anxiety of looking to the future, whether due to economic collapses, technological transformations or apocalyptic theories, and weave these elements together to create a dense meditation on our contemporary landscape. What Frontier is the first in a series of three EP's that will comprise one long-form release over the course of a year. The four songs included have that rare and unnameable quality of being both familiar on first listen and utterly unique in a sea of saturated music.


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Devin

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Nice variations. Lyric matter reminds me of the moodiness of some of the 'Tunesmith's Apprentice' songs