MV & EE - Greenspace download album
- Album: Greenspace
- FLAC: 1898 mb | MP3: 1406 mb
- Released: 2009
- Rating: 4.6/5
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MV & EE With The Bummer Road.
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Album · 2007 · 7 Songs. Green Blues MV & EE. Alternative.
MV/EE - Pride Of Yards: Thick With Definition (CDr, Ltd). Selo:Heroine Celestial Agriculture Cat. nº: none. MV/EE - Greenspace (CDr, Album, Ltd). Condição da mídia: Mídia: Mint (M) Condição da Capa: Capa: Near Mint (NM or M
MV & EE is a Vermont-based group of musicians focused around Matt "MV" Valentine and his partner Erika "EE" Elder. Matt Valentine was in the neo-psychedelic group, The Tower Recordings and has also released music under his own name and the pseudonym, Matthew Dell. While the duo recorded under many different names, including MV & EE Medicine Show and The Bummer Road, most of the records center on both artists and feature a rotating cast of additional musicians.
On "Shade Grown" sweet new MV & EE are back in that orbit fusing all that they can give and more to keep America beautiful. Go DIY army, this is greenspac. hrow away yr armaments and trade the electric mower for headphones. This is perhaps the closest Spectra, Matt & Erika have come to dub, The ONE could get lost in these tunes/jams for many spins. Bring on hyperspace awareness, you could be in yr very own room beyond inside out and feel all they are right beside you, just like spectrasound wanted you to be.
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Where MV & EE excel on their new LP, Space Homestead, is in finding a balance between longform drones and controlled haunting melody. The duo’s harmonies on tracks like Workingman’s Smile embody their just off-kilter charm. The song rambles on for four and a half minutes, Valentine’s rough falsetto and Elder’s rich, smoky voice lolling out wordy lyrics about how superceded by a mask of evil, the workingman raises his glass. The keyword for this release (and a large portion of MV & EE’s massive catalog) is reflective. In the middle of honking harmonica, plucking acoustic guitar, and Valentine’s ramblings, what sounds like a thin, deep brass instrument toots out mis-tuned notes, reverbed as if it were just barely echoing out of a well.
On their third full-length release, MV & EE (Matt Valentine and Erika Elder) play with the feral intensity of children locked in a basement from birth with nothing but musical instruments for recreation. Big Deal" features ghostly incantations and random percussion over a furiously strummed guitar, "Grassthighs" is a delicate rural idyll with a hint of thundery menace, and "East Mountain Joint" is a rock-&-roll road song sung with an alienation that's almost worrying.