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Duster's 1975 EP displays the group's deft touch with their sound, which mixes dreamy, confessional songwriting with subtle electronic and experimental touches. With the first two songs, the band demonstrates how versatile this blend can be: from "Irato"'s tinny drum machine, with murmured, hypnotic vocals and walls of guitars and synths, to "Memphis Sophisticate"'s stark, contemplative, guitar-drums-vocal arrangement. The tremoloed vocals and cascading melody of "The Motion Picture" and "August Relativity"'s backward drums and hovering guitars exemplify Duster's lush, expansive style, while "And Things (Are Mostly Ghosts)" and "Want No Light to Shine" stand out as two of the group's most delicately detailed moments. Even at its quietest, 1975 refuses to fade into the background; instead, it offers more proof that Duster can make the grey area between space-rock and lo-fi more interesting than either style on its own.


Formed: Cupertino, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

San Jose, CA's Duster consists of multi-instrumentalists/vocalists Ewing Clay Parton and Canaan Dove Amber and occasional drummer Jason Albertini. Parton and Amber run the Low Earth Orbit recording studio when they're not creating droning, atmospheric songs like the ones found on their 1998 debut Stratosphere...
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