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Album Review

The album starts off innocently enough with a delayed, clean-toned lull that's heavenly, but it slowly evaporates and is replaced by dark drones that are equally as soothing as they are intense. Growing balances the dense but heavy silence with interludes that would be right at home on a Pink Floyd record from the late '60s and early '70s. For all its intensity and seriousness, the album isn't without a sense of fun. The quirkiest moment of the record comes with "Tepsije," which has muddled feedback dirges over a melody line nicked from the Beatles' classic "Norwegian Wood." The versatility of the group shines in the album's closing moments. Starting off like "2/2" on Brian Eno's Music for Airports, "Pavement Rich in Gold" gradually melts into warm feedback loops before being rescued by crunchy guitars and the quiet appearance of vocals for the first time in the hourlong excursion. Sky's Run into the Sea is a stellar debut and a challenging listen for those who want their music to be more than just "audio wallpaper" for their lifestyles.


Formed: 2001 in Olympia, WA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A drone-fueled, almost entirely instrumental duo in the tradition started by the Velvet Underground and perfected by the likes of Spacemen 3 and Acid Mothers Temple, with just a hint of doom metal heaviness for spice, Growing formed in Olympia, Washington in 2001. Guitarist Joe Denardo, bassist Kevin Doria, and drummer Zack Carlson released several self-distributed cassettes before making their vinyl debut with the 7" EP Dry Drunk on Woman (later reissued on CD-R). The small Michigan indie Animal...
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