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Editors’ Notes

Initially conceived as an album regarding the physical intersections of Chicago roads, Intersections quickly became an album about the intersections in songwriter Evan Weiss’ life, with Weiss comparing where he was then to where he is now. Drummer Nick Wakim removed certain drums and cymbals, and Weiss decided to not use a guitar pick to give the songs a uniform, idiosyncratic sound. With producer Brian Deck (Modest Mouse, Iron & Wine) sitting behind the board at Soma Electronic Music Studios, Intersections came to life. Weiss has forgone his goal of releasing a new song every week (as he did for the breathless 52 Weeks collection), but he hasn’t abandoned his hyper-personal writing. Of course, none of this would matter much if Weiss didn’t record compelling music. A tune like “Spatial Exploration,” with its emotionally overwhelmed vocals and perfect harmonies, could be called emo-punk, but tracks like “New North-Side Air,” “A Curse Worth Believing,” and “Your Antique Organ” take enough off the distorted guitars to work more eclectic emo territory.

Customer Reviews

Great album, great band!

I'm just getting "into" IIOI. They sort of have this American Football and The Promise Ring sound that I'm digging... Very good music. I like it a lot! Wish I could've seen them with Saves The Day in Cleveland.

Great band, great album

Much different from proper but really good. I've been listening to evan for a while and I'm never disappointed with his music. I can't wait to see this performed live.

Magnificent

Evan has once again proved he does not know how to write a bad song. Every song on this album is beautifully crafted and excellently performed. Nick lays it down so well on the kit too!

Have been a fan of IIOI (and all of Evan's endeavors for that matter) since Twelve Towns, and this has to be my favorite of all of Evan's efforts. It has a Twelve Towns meets Owen feel to the album, which really works. I also dig how New North Side Air picks up where Proper left off, ingenious!

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The recording project of Chicago-based songwriter Evan Weiss, Into It. Over It. finds the prolific emo-pop veteran striking out on his own. The project came together in 2007 when Weiss made the decision to record a new song every week for an entire year, a stunt that culminated in the release of the double-album 52 Weeks in 2009. Afterwards, his attention turned to writing songs inspired by places, releasing a series of singles before eventually collecting them into one volume on 2011's Twelve Towns....
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