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Memories are obstacles, and an unknown future looms.
This track comes off Post-Ad for Sync, a split release by Pressed And and It is rain in my face., which was put out by [^]LAND Magazine a little less than a week ago. I can remember listening to it immediately after I found it in my mailbox, but I only got around to really take my time for it today. In the meantime it has gotten quite some attention on other blogs, but since it is such a nice EP I thought I might write some words about it as well; there might still be some individuals out there who missed it the first time or whose memories need to be refreshed.
Though “Pat Pat” by Pressed And is my favourite track of the bunch, there’s not a track on Post-Ad for Sync that I don’t like. A perfect blend of melody, percussion and vocals, the tracks are ambient and easy to listen to, yet are full of variation so as to keep your attention throughout the whole song. One of the nicer EP’s I’ve heard so far in 2011.
Get the EP for pay-what-you-want on the [^]LAND bandcamp page.
This whole thing also reminded me of “Ona”, a track Pressed And did for We Fall Apart, the Unholy Rhythms/Cactus Mouth Valentine’s Day Mix from last month, and one of my favourites on that mix for that matter. Listen to it below and, if you haven’t already, go download the entire mix over here.