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As the solo debut from Mastercaster founder Shai Halperin, aka Shai, Son of Eli, the Capitol Years, who have since expanded to become an actual band, have taken a good first step with Meet Yr Acres. Generally a lo-fi affair, with tracks like "Roller's Row" and its steady garage band drive, feedback-soaked solos, and distorted vocals recalling Guided By Voices, the Minders, and Wolf Colonel, Halperin displays a similar penchant for memorable pop hooks, as well. Still, in more pensive moments, such as the country-tinged "Faces and Beer" and stripped-down "Here Comes...," Halperin almost recalls a Beck sensibility. While the soaring choruses of "Rolling Hills" seem to borrow melodically from Mott the Hoople's "All the Young Dudes," Halperin's multi-tracked voice and lush passages are indicative of a more sophisticated pop aesthetic layering below the lo-fi exterior. To be sure, "Supper" sounds like the Grateful Dead channeling Rubber Soul-era Beatles, just as Halperin's hypnotic cover of the Velvet Underground's "All Tomorrow's Parties" shows a reverence for the masters. Altogether, an extraordinarily solid study in deceptively primitive sounds.


Formé(s) : 2001

Genre : Rock

Années d’activité : '00s

Shai Halperin was a quiet soul who loved making music on his four-track recorder. In summer 2001, Halperin released the lo-fi package Meet Yr Acres. It was a silent bomb, for critics around the globe praised Halperin's work. During this time, Halperin was urged to make his glorious sweet sound much bigger. He brought in former Mastercaster mates Sir Kyle Lloyd (drums) and Dave Wayne Daniels (bass) to flesh out what would become the Capitol Years. The trio mixed a heavy noise rock sound with threads...
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