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A Few Gems in a Gravel Pit

Hit and miss is the perfect way to describe Ducktails’ Landscapes. Some of his tracks have a lot of heart and evoke visions of childhood memories and nostalgia through genuinely unique sounds that are unlike anything you’ve ever heard before. Case in point: On the Boardwalk, Landrunner and Deck Observatory. Most of the other tracks are forgettable, muddy, borderline bad jam sessions that serve as a reminder that you need to go back to the other worthwhile tracks. Not awful but not that great either. Piece-mealing this album might be in your best interest. Favorite track: On the Boardwalk


Formed: 2006 in Northampton, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Ducktails is the solo project of Matthew Mondanile, a founding member of Ridgewood, New Jersey-based indie beach bums Real Estate. While not too dissimilar in tone from the sun-kissed pop of his main squeeze, Mondanile's work as Ducktails presents a more fragmented, mercurial version of the Garden State of mind. More synthetic, too, than Real Estate, Ducktails is all burbling analog synths, bedroom processing, and sunburnt soundscapes. The end effect acts as a sort of bleary aural Polaroid taken...
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