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[chamber pop, indie-pop] (2017) Dear Reader - Day Fever [FLAC,Tracks] {100.XY} torrent

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(2017) Dear Reader - Day Fever

Day Fever, an album half-jokingly named after an outdated euphemism for hysteria, is Dear Reader’s first in four years, and accordingly, singer songwriter Cherilyn MacNeil looks back on the ten days spent recording in John Vanderslice’s San Francisco studio, Tiny Telephone, as being “psychically painful.”
Already far from home in Berlin, the South African musician’s trek to San Francisco meant a huge adjustment in terms of her recording style. Well-known as a producer for acts like Spoon and The Mountain Goats, and a musician in his own right, Vanderslice has made a name for himself in analog recording, something Dear Reader hadn’t explored prior to the decision to record at Tiny Telephone. On tape, digitally correcting small mistakes during production wasn’t an option: they’d keep a track or erase it – all of it – and start again.
“It went against everything I felt comfortable with,” Cherilyn says, calling the loss of control initially terrifying. She remembers a recording, for example, in which she didn’t pronounce the ‘s’ sound at the end of a word, and wanted to redo it. Vanderslice, though, persuaded her to cozy up to these small mistakes, accepting imperfection as part of what makes good, honest music. (In the age of cloud back- ups, he once impulsively erased a track after Cherilyn’s questioning the use of a trumpet, teaching the lesson of “gone” the hard way.)
In the end, MacNeil insists that her decision to work with Vanderslice, rather than to produce the album herself in Berlin, was exactly what her music needed. It was also a whole lot of fun. She jokes that before flying to San Francisco, she’d stayed in her room making music by herself “for like, three years.” (It’s worth mentioning that Cherilyn did venture out of her room to win a German film prize for her work on the score for the black-and-white Berlin movie, Oh Boy.) Ultimately, recording on tape helped her commit to the performance and narrative act of making an album, and to break, in her words, the habit of “editing the life out of things.”
In Day Fever, those old habits have died, and hard. The raw, melodious, at times discordant record has most certainly retained its life, left fresh and untrampled by infinite do-overs. In fact, each song on the album is the result of just one, or a maximum of two, studio performances. For anyone who has ever discovered new music live and run home, hands shaking with anticipation, only to find the same songs sterile and over-produced off-stage, Dear Reader brings relief.

01 - Oh, the Sky!.flac
02 - Tie Me to the Ground.flac
03 - So Pretty So Pathetic.flac
04 - Mean Well.flac
05 - Wake Him.flac
06 - Placate Her.flac
07 - If Only Is.flac
08 - I Know You Can Hear It.flac
09 - Nothing Melodious.flac
10 - Then, Not Now.flac
11 - The Run.flac

Country: USA
Genre: chamber pop, indie-pop

Media Report:
Source : CD
Format : FLAC
Format/Info : Free Lossless Audio Codec, 16-bit PCM
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : ~ 773-925 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
Bit depth : 16 bits

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