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Paul Brill's second long-player leans more into chamber pop than his debut, Halve the Light, and while his nods to alt-country are fewer, they occasionally tumble out over beds of strings, horns, accordions, and inventive percussion. Opening with the aggressive caper, "Begin at the End," a fiddle erupts over an alternating bass, foot-stomps, and handclaps (or are they knee-slaps?) to foreshadow the dark intensity consistently revisited through the 11-track adventure. Tracks like "Barefoot in the Snow," "Favorite Thing," and "Westering" provide a platform for Brill's considerable pop awareness comparable to the likes of Michael Penn, Neil Finn, or even an acoustic Built to Spill. That is not to say Brill evokes identical characteristics as these artists. His vision merely flirts with similar melodic construction while maintaining an ambitiousness and confidence very much his own. Lyrically, Brill cleverly pours out imagery in tightly wound phrases, ardent and, at times, disturbing phrases that, like the musical nature of Sisters, seem toiled over and placed very carefully into a specific order for perfect consumption. Brill has pulled this off remarkably well; the production, instead of feeling overworked, is uninhibited and vigorous, and the subtlety of the arrangements unfolds with subsequent listening, proving the steadfast attention to detail that went into the creation of the encompassing ambience was a successfully clever venture.


Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s

New York native Paul Brill has lived a familiar story within the music business. Learning how having major-label money tossed about under one's nose can be an anchor wrapped around the spirit is part of it, as is learning how to run the business on one's own terms, kicking around Los Angeles with stars in eyes, recording demos, dissolving a promising band, etc. It started for Brill when he moved to Vermont and began writing and performing music, but he only stayed there long enough to hone his chops...
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