Label: Dead Oceans
But anyone who has listened to Nurses’ previous album, Apple’s Acre, could have told you that these guys know how to compose a tune. The difference between this album and its predecessor is in its production aesthetic. Apple’s Acre had a homemade feel, appropriately enough since it was largely recorded in an attic. Dracula’s sound is more spacious, airy, less dense. My sleep isn’t soundtracked, unfortunately, but I’d say the sound is “dreamy”—characterized by echoes, reverb, and bouncy mid-tempo rhythms. Every sound is seemingly distorted—fatter or thinner, faster or slower than it is in real life. That said, I don’t associate a funky feel with dreams, and some songs on Dracula are...
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Tags: indie, experimental, indie rock, psychedelic, rock