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As great as Ryley Walkers first two albums are "Golden Sings" is his finest effort in my eyes. Complex, moving, smart and beautiful. This guy has a one of a kind sound and approch to his craft. Echos of greats of the past but absolutle new all at once. For me a genius - a master of his instrument, voice and channeling his ideas.

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Mix Primrose Green with Tindersticks and Feist's "Metals" and you get close to the sound on this album. Fresh, light, deep bass, all the sounds are remarkable. A good use of various instruments. Very tongue in cheek, a la Father John Misty, which gives this record more life than Primrose.


Born: 1989 in Chicago IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Ryley Walker is an accomplished fingerstyle guitarist, singer, and songwriter from Chicago. After a few years cutting his teeth on the city's indie and experimental music scenes, he began giving solo live performances with his acoustic guitar. The first recorded aspect of his complex musical persona arrived with the cassette-only EP The Evidence of Things Unseen, issued in limited edition from Plustapes in 2011. Its artwork was deliberately reminiscent of John Fahey's Death Chants Breakdowns & Military...
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