Alex G - DSU album flac
|A1||After Ur Gone|
|A2||Serpent Is Lord|
NotesSecond pressing limited to 250 doublemint green and deep purple coloured vinyl, pressed together in a single record.
|OCT042||Alex G||DSU (LP, Album, Ltd, Kel)||Orchid Tapes||OCT042||US||2014|
|none||Alex G||DSU (CDr, Album, Promo)||Lucky Number||none||2014|
|LUCKY071CD||Alex G||DSU (CD, Album, Dig)||Lucky Number, [pias]||LUCKY071CD||Europe||2014|
|LUCKY071CD||Alex G||DSU (CD, Album)||Lucky Number||LUCKY071CD||Europe||2014|
|OCT042||Alex G||DSU (Cass, Album, Ltd, Gre)||Orchid Tapes||OCT042||US||2014|
DSU by (Sandy) Alex G, released 17 June 2014 1. After Ur Gone 2. Serpent is Lord 3. Harvey 4. Rejoyce 5. Black Hair 6. Skipper 7. Axesteel 8. Sorry 9. Promise 10. Icehead 11. Hollow 12. Tripper 13. Bo. album art by rachel giannascoli vocals on hollow, skipper, and harvey by emily yacina tambourine on sorry by sam acchione. supported by. jjun1un. It's what I believe to be the best conglomeration of Alex G's music. 101juiceboxes There is Poop all over the place.
Looking for a vital new indie voice? It ain’t nothin’ but a G thang. DSU’ is the fifth, but the first to get a full physical issue, and it could turn him from a cult hero into a proper rising star. Alex G is the most exciting heir in ages to the Troubled White Dude tradition: a line of introverted US singer-songwriters that leads via Elliott Smith, Kurt Cobain and Daniel Johnston all the way back to Big Star’s Alex Chilton. But that makes ‘DSU’ sound navel-gazingly bleak, which it decidedly isn’t.
DSU. (Sandy) Alex G. Released June 17, 2014. 1. After Ur Gone Lyrics. An acronym for Dream State University", DSU was a 2014 indie rock record by Alex Giannascoli, reissued in 2016 with two bonus tracks. Producers (Sandy) Alex G. Writers (Sandy) Alex G. Performed By (Sandy) Alex G. Tambourine Samuel Acchione. More (Sandy) Alex G albums. Show all albums by (Sandy) Alex G. Home.
DSU 12" vinyl, An info/lyrics/artwork insert, A thank-you note + Orchid Tapes sticker, A hand-pressed Alex G button, A logo-stamped oolong or jasmine tea bag, Guava candy. Lucky Number Music released DSU in UK/Europe on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl and CD with bonus tracks. Anyone else have a similar issue with that particular pressing?
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Nonetheless, DSU is filled with brilliant songs. After Ur Gone, with its wailing guitar and massive, arena-ready drums, works as the perfect opening cut, while album closer Boy sums up the record while also reintroducing an old Alex G flourish that is mostly absent from the album: grand piano. Finest of them all, though, is Harvey, a perfect pop song of Guided by Voices-level conciseness that manages to be both airy and angular, sleepy but also wide awake. Success for my buddy/ Success for my friend/ Success is the only thing I understand, he sings, like a young boy trying to explain his mantra in a fourth grade personal essay. But Harvey is noteworthy because it represents a high-water mark for his introspectiveness. A good Alex G song wrestles with the reluctant responsibilities of adulthood through the lens of an adolescent who can’t let go of the past either.
June 17, 2014 4:00AM ET. DSU. By. Simon Vozick-Levinson. With any luck, this accomplished full-length debut will be his ticket to a wider audience. It’s easy to hear echoes of heroes from Elliott Smith to Guided By Voices in introvert anthems like After Ur Gone, Harvey, Black Hair and Boy – but the more you listen,.
This album has an average beat per minute of 126 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/206 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile DSU. Album starts at 206BPM, ends at 91BPM (-115), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Alex G. My Life on the Internet.
Whereas DSU is a coherent collection of songs. His first release on the ever reliable Orchid Tapes label and actually the first one of his releases to be professionally mastered. The improved result is the obvious by-product of a genuine talent finally giving his music the attention it deserves. The musicianship throughout the album is reminiscent of The Microphones at their dysfunctional pop best. The way Alex sings evokes Elliott Smith at his best, half hushed and inaudible in a way that makes odd lyrics stand out and hit home.