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The brainchild of Jason Quever, Papercuts is a very pleasing, lush and terribly sweet group. A prime example of this is "Dear Employee," which seems to mix the best attributes of Arcade Fire and the Hidden Cameras with the lush, orchestral touches of Smashing Pumpkins circa Disarm. Meanwhile, Quever isn't sticking to one sound or genre judging by the rich and yet at the same time dark Spaghetti Western feel hovering over a sugary "John Brown." However, the key to the song's success is how it switches gears near the homestretch, into a smart Beatlesque pop nugget. Just as precious is the fine "Summer Long" that is led by Quever's innocent yet heart-tugging delivery. Papercuts is quite strong in making the most of a melody, especially on the pretty and tender "Unavailable" with its haunting, distant and at times heady vocals. The oddity or black sheep on the album might be the early Dylan-esque ambling "Take the 227th Exit" which saunters along without much fanfare. Yet things quickly get back on the rails with the country-tinged "Outside Looking In" that is led by some fine harmonies. Everything Papercuts seems to touch turns to gold, even if the title of "Just Another Thing to Dust" would suggest otherwise. Closing with another memorable track, "The World I Love," the album is a perfect example that timeless, classic pop still exists.

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This album sounds great. I really like the slightly spaced out 60's organic pop sound. The thing that gets me about this band is the live show. They opened for grizzly bear in Seattle and their performance left much to be desired. I wanted to step out for a cigarette during practically every song. Then I stuble across their pitchfork review and somehow they managed an 8.3. So the first thing I do and give the album a listen. After my listen I now find myself torn. The live performance was sub par but the album is great. I have not yet developed a firm opinion about the Papercuts but check out the album its worth it. If get the chance I will go see them again and hopefully by then they will have polished up a little.

Smart Songcraft

The Papercuts' debut album is definitely worth checking out. It is gorgeous and has a number of simply catchy and gorgeous songs. I wouldn't say there's any filler on this album, but a couple of the songs sag a bit.

under the sea

album of the year no doubt. i just wanted to say that, but this album actually is really good; i don't know what these other guys are talking about. Unavailable rocks my world. Get it. you wont be dissapointed unless you dont like this kind of music. sounds a bit like janis joplin except her greatest hits that she never wrote.


Se formó en: San Francisco, CA

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Papercuts are a soft indie pop project centered around Jason Robert Quever, who was brought up in a commune in Humboldt County, California. He traveled up and down the West Coast, eventually settling in San Francisco. Quever's work began when he used the apartment of a vacationing friend to record piano tracks for Cass McCombs. He has kept busy since, collaborating with such artists as Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, the Skygreen Leopards, and Vetiver. Two Papercuts albums arrived in the early...
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