Samara Lubelski has long lent her violin skills and enchanting voice to a host of collaborators but her solo recordings have remained some of the most beautiful work she's been involved in. Caught between sleep and dream, her solo persona taps into soft focus pop and delicate folk strains that often contrast some of her more dissonant collaborators. On Future Slip Lubelski continues to let her voice fall soft as feathers, bolstered by subtle touches of guitar and a gentle pop of percussion that pushes her along. She's joined here by a rather impressive roster of backing talent including Steve Shelley, P.G. Six and some production help from Thurston Moore. It seems that Lubelski's gorgeous pop records are often overlooked or worse yet written off for their easy charm, and soft delivery. Don't be fooled by the smooth taste though, Lubelski's talent is more than apparent on Future Slip and perhaps your Sunday mornings have been lacking a record such as this more than you could have ever known.
[MP3] Samara Lubelski - Empire's Dream
[MP3] Samara Lubelski - Fielding The Mine
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