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Weekends is PacificUV’s third record in 10 years. The Athens, Ga., quartet blends elements of dream pop, space rock, shoegazing, and post-rock to create lush, hypnotic soundscapes of beauty. Following “Friday Night Dream”—a minute and 42 seconds of analog keyboard chirps balanced against the grain of sweeping cello notes—“Funny Girl” starts the album with keyboard tones percolating over pedaling rhythms. The stark and cold vocal performance is rooted in a blend of '80s new wave and synth-pop. “Just4kix” takes PacificUV's sound up a decade, with a gauzy ambience of organ drones and whispered singing that come together sounding like a loving tribute to Spacemen 3. “Baby Blue” elongates those drones into melodies while working in some sleepy male/female vocal harmonies and lazy guitar flange, which all come together to recall better moments from Slowdive’s Souvlaki. “I'm Here (But It's Not Me)” mines the depths of post-rock obscurity for inspiration, pulling from the angularity of Bark Psychosis and the studied ambience of Füxa.

Customer Reviews

Stellar Subliminal Soundscape

A fantastic record to delve into. It's a sonically pristine soundscape that guides you into the hauntings of the heart, and back out again, in all the right ways.

What happened?

LP2 was such a beautiful album. The kind of music that you get lost in, the music that invokes so much emotion. It was truly a masterpiece.


Formed: 1998 in Athens, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Hailing from Athens, Georgia, by way of Augusta, the space rock outfit Pacific UV formed in 1998 under the auspices of Clay Jordan and Howard Hudson. Almost immediately after the duo began mixing song ideas together, drummer and keyboardist Lucas Jensen dove into the mix and the trio began honing their sound and planning their debut album. The group sequestered themselves in the studio with Andy LeMaster (Azure Ray, Bright Eyes) and David Barbe (Uncle Tupelo, Sugar, the Drive-By Truckers) assisting...
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