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Album Review

The fallen leaves which adorn the jacket of Lanterna's sophomore effort, Elm Street, perfectly evoke the rainswept melancholy of Henry Frayne's glistening soundscapes — the record's autumnal beauty and ineffable sadness capture the passage of time in exquisite detail. After a cursory listen it might be tempting to file the record in the new age bins, but Frayne's efforts are instead much closer in spirit to the ambient work of Michael Brook and Harold Budd — his expansive, psychedelic guitar textures and Colin Koteles' dramatic drums are too epic and too moving to pass for mere aural wallpaper.


Formed: Champaign, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Henry Frayne's Lanterna is the Midwest counterpart to Scenic's Southwest-inspired soundtracks for a lonely journey through open lands. Combining his background in post-punk and dark dream pop with atmospherics drawing from spaghetti western soundtracks and ambient isolationism, Lanterna's mostly instrumental output generates a variety of moods, ranging from becalmed to unsettling to fiery. Although it wasn't until 1998's self-titled release through Rykodisc that Lanterna received widespread distribution,...
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