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Zero Population Growth: Bliss Out, Vol. 15

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Album Review

The Lilys' Zero Population Growth is Volume 15 of Darla Records' Bliss Out series — one-off collections of the bleepy, gentle electronica on which the label tends to concentrate, along with its more standard indie releases. Lilys fans should take this as a warning: the record has almost nothing to do with the band's regular album releases, drifting instead through six tracks of burbling, pop-oriented electronics. The results aren't as dynamic or engaging as the work of some outfits who compose entirely in this vein, but that doesn't seem to be the real aim of the blissouts. Most have stood as opportunities for bands with largely different sounds to create small and unassuming collections of entirely pleasant sound manipulation, and that's certainly the case with Zero Population Growth.


Formed: Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

The geographically and stylistically nomadic indie rock band Lilys was the vehicle of singer/songwriter Kurt Heasley, the group's founder and sole constant member. A Philadelphia native, Heasley and Lilys bowed with the 1991 single "February 14," a nod to My Bloody Valentine; while based in Washington, D.C., they recorded their 1992 debut LP, In the Presence of Nothing, an even greater testament to their shoegazing fetish. A two-year silence followed as Heasley roamed the East Coast, finally resurfacing...
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