Following two outstanding releases on their newly adopted home at The Social Registry, a 7" and EP that both play out in the direction the band began to adopt around the time of 2006's Color Wheel; the band now unleash an album that fully embraces their drop away from drone and into shimmering psychedelics. Though All The Way isn't exactly pop per-se, it ebbs the band further into the territory of melodies, structuring them into repeated fragments that pulse along with the same attention to the tonal shifts they've embraced in the past. Again as with their last EP this seems reminiscent of the changes in sound that have run through the Black Dice camp of late but All The Way also finds the duo injecting an awareness of Kevin Doria's solo work in Total Life through their use of repetition and a much greater reliance on beat. It's easy to get lost in this record; a real argument for headphones that envelops you in a sea of blurred lights and soft fog. Arguably one of the band's strongest releases and testament to experimentation and not letting genres or expectations limit your sound.
[MP3] Growing - Green Flag
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