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Serious music fans who catch onto largely unknown musical talents long before they break commercially are continually frustrated by Kelley Stoltz’s relative obscurity. He's released albums on the respected label Sub Pop (Nirvana, Postal Service), and now he's put out Double Exposure on Jack White’s Third Man Records label. Even Stoltz’s brilliantly novel idea to record his own version of Echo & The Bunnymen’s classic Crocodiles album, track by track, did little to raise his profile, outside of becoming a producer for a great band like The Mantles. Recorded in Stoltz’s Electric Duck garage studio, Double Exposure is yet another weird-but-worthy addition to his catalog of psychedelic pop-rock. The nine-minute “Inside My Head” channels a garage-motorik groove where a melodic guitar-sitar riff leads from a mid-'60s pop song to a love-in jam and back without wearing out its welcome. “Marcy” evokes an evening walk in 1966 with spring in the air. “Summertime” turns mystic, with reverb and organ darkening the feel of yet another beautifully nostalgic tale.

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This is cool

Great kind of spacey pop songs. Sounds like a summer record. One of the few records I'm picking up this month… it's that good.

Love this guy...

Great spacey pop for a foggy San Francisco day or a hike in the rain on Mt. Tam - to put a little pep in my step and a meander in my mind. I think it would go well with bolognese and candles…and apparently kim chee tacos.

Double Exposure

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Born: 1971 in Michigan

Genre: Alternative

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

Singer/songwriter Kelley Stoltz grew up in the Detroit area, but eventually found his way to San Francisco after taking a detour to New York City, where he worked in the mailroom at Jeff Buckley's management company. Armed with a four-track recorder and a wealth of lo-fi pop songs, Stoltz began recording his own material, performing all the parts himself and drawing comparisons to artists like Brian Wilson and Captain Beefheart. Those songs caught the ear of Monte Vallier, who helped Stoltz clean...
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