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Album Review

With Another One Lost, Lake Trout moved further into the Radiohead-cleared ether, bending the drum'n'bass and electronica influences of Alone at Last into a more modern rock aesthetic. The resulting 13 tracks are beautiful, minimalist explorations of richly subtle proportions. Like their work mimicking electronic music in a live setting, the band relies on repetitive loops and interesting sounds to meticulously build up stark emotional landscapes. There is a sense of momentous inevitability about nearly all of the songs featured on the record, vocalist Woody Ranere's voice alternating between a Thom Yorke-like whispered falsetto and a more plain half-spoken earnestness. The band's choice of loops — such as gently deteriorating notes from Ranere at the bases of both "Her" and "Still" (where it sounds positively Hawaiian) — is effective throughout. Mike Lowry's propulsive drumming, which moves for the first time into ambient textural work on several tracks, is also a key to the band's success, with songs like the explosive "180 Bliss" reminding the listener that, even in their apparent restrained melancholy, the band is still capable of incredible force.

Biography

Formed: 1994

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Although originally lumped together with many of the so-called jam bands, Lake Trout's sound, mixing elements of myriad contemporary styles, developed around a harder-edged progressive indie rock attack. Formed while bandmembers were attending music school in Baltimore in the mid-'90s, the quintet featured Woody Ranere on vocals and guitar; Ed Harris...
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