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Water People 7"

by Grouper

Water People 7' by Grouper

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Water People 7"

by Grouper

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Label: Yellowelectric
Grouper's music has always been aquatic. But where the Portland musician's looping pedals once rumbled like the stones in a muddy creek bed, "Water People" drifts through cool, limpid waters. Where once there was only reverb and hum, her guitar-picking now takes a definitive shape, and you can even (almost) make out the words, if you lean in. It's still a profoundly lonesome sound, just clearer and sweeter, like echoes of Low wafting up from the bottom of a cistern.

About This Album

Grouper's music has always been aquatic. But where the Portland musician's looping pedals once rumbled like the stones in a muddy creek bed, "Water People" drifts through cool, limpid waters. Where once there was only reverb and hum, her guitar-picking now takes a definitive shape, and you can even (almost) make out the words, if you lean in. It's still a profoundly lonesome sound, just clearer and sweeter, like echoes of Low wafting up from the bottom of a cistern.

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About This Album

Grouper's music has always been aquatic. But where the Portland musician's looping pedals once rumbled like the stones in a muddy creek bed, "Water People" drifts through cool, limpid waters. Where once there was only reverb and hum, her guitar-picking now takes a definitive shape, and you can even (almost) make out the words, if you lean in. It's still a profoundly lonesome sound, just clearer and sweeter, like echoes of Low wafting up from the bottom of a cistern.