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Album Review

With their satisfying sophomore release, Love Spirals Downwards begin a shift toward more ambient tunes (three of them, one without vocals, fit perfectly within that realm), no doubt partly due to Ryan Lum's interest in artists like Steve Roach and Brian Eno. On some tracks, the duo also begins a folksier approach, one that is natural given that such numbers make for more concert-friendly fare and keep the band from being pigeonholed. The gritty dream pop guitar is still in the mix, although one can sense the subtle shift to the less studio-based sound that would come with Ever. [Projekt's 2007 edition included three bonus tracks and alternate album art.]

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Love Spirals Downward (LSD for short) formed in Los Angeles in 1991 when guitarist, keyboardist, and composer Ryan Lum asked Suzanne Perry to record vocals over some music he had written. The positive results led to a recorded demo, and by late 1992, the duo released their first album, Idylls, on the ethereal Projekt label. Their debut maintained a strong Cocteau Twins vibe, but they differed from that group by virtue of Perry's distinct vocal style and a dreamier, folksier sound that manifested...
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