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The sophomore release from National Skyline features more of the complex and obscure pop aesthetic that was established on their previous releases. Featuring members of Hum, Caster, and Compound Red, some may be surprised by the decidedly non-indie rock sound of This = Everything, though the adventurous soul will be rewarded. Layering atmospheric electronics, ringing guitars, and ethereal vocals over tight drum loops, the slithering "Some Will Say" and densely textured "A Million Circles" almost recall a more progressive U2 sensibility. Still, this sonic denseness never becomes cluttered, even allowing a ponderous amount of empty space in certain arrangements. A few melodies take Radiohead-esque turns, with the tense, churning guitars of "The Look" establishing an accessible though rarely overt pop songcraft. The nearly danceable beats of "A Night at the Drugstore" and expansive detachment and stuttering drum loops of "Morse Code" display the diversity of sounds in National Skyline's intelligently crafted sonic palette. Overall, a rewarding and engaging listen.


Se formó en: 1998 en Champaign-Urbana, IL

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

National Skyline's indie rock conceptions began as a solo project of Hum bassist Jeff Dimpsey. Beginning as an idea to create a 45-minute composition in his hometown, Champaign, IL, in 1996, National Skyline eventually became a composite band with an always-changing lineup. After getting together a set consisting of Nicky Macri, formerly with C-Clamp and Euphone, Derek Niedrighaus, previously with Castor and Sarge, and Jeff Garber, another former member of Castor, Dimpsey ultimately managed to materialize...
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