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The third album by Saskatchewan's Andy Shauf sets after-hours stories to a doleful ‘60s songwriter vibe. Shauf plays the wallflower at his titular party, watching the guests' movements: “The Magician” whose tricks fail, the girl dancing on her own on “Eyes of Them All”. He has an acute eye for uneasy social interactions, and captures them beautifully with off-kilter takes on classic ‘60s pop: the loose guitar on “The Worst in You”, and kitschy horns on “Quite Like You”.

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So excited!

Such a huge fan. Amazing musician, master storyteller, creative soul, and a very kind man (I met him in Amsterdam). Can’t wait for this one to drop!


...on repeat all day. It has such a warm sound. If they were going for an old school, they were successful. I love the engineering.
I could go on and on, but I'll sum it up and say this is real music with great lyrics, nice familiar melodies with a touch of "interesting" thrown in.
More people should know about this guy.


The best album of the year so far.


Born: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Andy Shauf's dark, rustic tales of the Canadian prairie blend folk with sophisticated pop, reflecting his upbringing in Regina, Saskatchewan. He became interested in music as a teenager, teaching himself guitar, drums, piano, and any other instruments he came across. The songs he wrote and recorded in his parents' basement eventually culminated in a collection of demos called Darker Days, which he self-released in 2009. Citing influences like Wilco, Elliott Smith, and Neil Young,...
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