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East of the Fault Line

David Singer’s new LP, East of the Fault Line, is a major step forward. It is both tender and literate, evoking the best work of Elliott Smith, Ray Davies and Tom Waits while maintaining a sound and a sensibility all its own. The songs on East of the Fault Line are widely varied stylistically, from the White Album hum of “Command Overhead” to the melancholy jazz of “So Long, So Long”, on through the reverb-drenched crunch of the title track. The wistful “Little Charles”, in fact, was composed as part of David’s score for Steppenwolf Theatre’s August: Osage County, which will make its Broadway debut in November. But make no mistake, these songs are part of a whole – a thoughtful, sincere record about memory and regret.

Great Songs and Sounds

This record has both great songwriting and cool production. My favorites are "When You Come Around Marie," "Halflight," "(I Don't Want You To) Stay," and "So Long, So Long." Thoughtful grooves and interesting textures reward repeated listenings.

Biography

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '00s

Offering a form of dreamy alternative pop that set him apart from most guitar-oriented singer/songwriters, David Singer first appeared on the indie scene in 2000. Coming out of the Chicago area, where he'd been a member of local favorites Kid Million, Singer played almost all of the instruments on his debut as a solo artist, an LP for Deep Elm called The Cost of Living. He resurfaced two years later with a backing band (the Sweet Science) and a second effort for...
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