Grasscut's debut ''1 Inch: ư Mile'' was named Electronica Album of the Month in Mojo magazine and was one of the Sunday Telegraph's Top 10 Pop CDs of 2010. If that album featured a mix of songcraft and electronica, follow-up ''Unearth'' tips the balance towards songs. It's a more vocal record and both the legendary Robert Wyatt and Gazelle Twin contribute -- alongside main vocals from Grasscut composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Phillips. ''Unearth'' proves once again that Phillips is a songwriter of note, truly traversing any notion of genre with seeming ease and considerable depth. Grasscut's Marcus O'Dair features on double bass; Seb Rochford of Polar Bear guests on drums.
Cut grass -- Pieces -- Blink in the night -- Reservoir -- Stone lions -- A mysterious disappearance -- From towns & fields -- Lights -- We fold ourselves -- Richardson road
|Location||Call Number||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Woodmere||CD POP/ROCK GRA||Compact Audio Disc||Available||-|
|Physical Description:||1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Publisher:||Ninja Tune, 2012.|
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