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Album Review

Following his work on a short-film score, Sean Meadows (formerly of June of 44, Lungfish, and Sonora Pine) crafted a set of bleak fragmented soundscapes as he traveled by incorporating various musicians while making stops at recording studios around the world. That fact is in evidence with the somewhat loose, rambling quality of the tracks, certainly lending themselves to the stark imagery of the western plains Meadows is said to have used as inspiration. The song structures remain fairly fluid, allowing Meadows to weave light airy guitar lines around the occasional backmasked mandolin, drums, and trumpet, creating subdued but not exactly relaxing listening. Some tracks, like "From Solar Exodus (Sunburst)," sound like Tom Waits' tracks in the making, yet fade away before materializing. Rarely coalescing into straightforward arrangements, tracks like the off-kilter and off-tune "One Month Window" and the dreamy "Bastimentos By Dug Out" work well as mood music. All in all, a consistently engaging and challenging listen.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Following the breakup of math rockers June of 44 in 2000, guitarist Sean Meadows embarked on two new ventures: a group called the Letter E and a new solo project he dubbed Everlasting the Way. Its roots dated back to 1998, when Meadows took a road trip from New York to L.A. in order to score a short film for a friend at USC; once there, he also recorded a few solo tracks with the leftover studio time. It was the first time he'd worked alone, following stints in Chattanooga's Boondoggle, the Louisville-based...
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