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Album Review

Although it would have been neat if the duo chose a name for this collaboration, former Madder Rose bandmates Mary Lorson and Billy Coté remain productive and challenging, releasing records consistently over the last ten years and keeping busy with film projects. Piano Creeps continues on a similar route as Tricks for Dawn, as they shed all evidence of their shiny underground pop, exploring somber instrumentals which wander into jazz, ambient, and experimental. Playing the majority of instruments, Lorson and Coté bestow the dusky sides of guitar, bass, Moog, (creeping) piano, Rhodes, and violin. Three arrangements do have vocals, but they're kept well down in the mix. "Dig a Hole," with a jazz foundation and some light vocals from Lorson, is reminiscent of Fiona Apple's "Criminal." The closest thing to Madder Rose are "Americana #1" and the pretty "See the Stars." Otherwise, this is a respectable endeavor that isn't interested in following the rock format.

Biography

Born: United States

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter Mary Lorson is known for her role in the indie rock outfit Madder Rose, the New York band she fronted beginning in 1990. Madder Rose released four albums during the '90s, with their 1993 debut, Bring It Down, receiving favorable praise in the college press. In 1999, the group split and Lorson put together a new group, Saint Low. They issued one album under that name, 2000's Saint Low, before changing the name of the group to Mary Lorson & Saint Low and releasing Tricks for Dawn...
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