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EDITORS’ NOTES

Kurt Vile's stoner folk reveries channel his classic rock heroes at their most disheveled (see: the Stones' strung-out “Torn and Frayed,” Neil Young's ambling “Ambulance Blues”), or indie icons at their most slack (Pavement's “Heaven Is a Truck”). But the zoned-out quality of his music taps into more outré sources, like the mystical jazz of Alice Coltrane and the electro-drones of Suicide.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Kurt Vile's stoner folk reveries channel his classic rock heroes at their most disheveled (see: the Stones' strung-out “Torn and Frayed,” Neil Young's ambling “Ambulance Blues”), or indie icons at their most slack (Pavement's “Heaven Is a Truck”). But the zoned-out quality of his music taps into more outré sources, like the mystical jazz of Alice Coltrane and the electro-drones of Suicide.

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