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Spectral Park

by Spectral Park

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Ornaments 03:26
Nausea 03:41
Lows 03:04
Colours 03:14
Shells 03:30
Filler 01:27
Still 03:38
Cut 04:25


"Spectral Park is a collection of songs that serve as reflections of a fractured year full of joys and sadness, a jumble sale of ideas and moments that work together, dancing and exploding off of one another. These songs lunge off the record, bursting with breakneck tempos and infectious, soaring melodies, sounding as if they are ready to shatter under all of the energy rattling inside. Moreover, they offer a unique and exciting view into a reconstructed musical past, one that brings bygone eras of mind expansion and infinite human potential back within reach.

The tale behind this record spans elation and terror, hard decisions and changing environments, and the end result sounds like how it feels to drive through a long, dimly-lit tunnel into blinding daylight. That moment where your eyes begin to adjust has been time-extended by the artist and channeled into this music. Contrary to the armchair cynics out there, better times are coming; they just might not be the ones you anticipate. This record is proof." -Mexican Summer

"...a technicolored, romantic frenzy." -Pitchfork

"...borrows from the past but avoids nostalgia . . . Most of these songs are as energetic as those by Donovan's more straightforwardly garagey peers, but sound even more electrifying thanks to their oddness. . . Donovan's jam-packed songs -- which are more like collisions than collages -- border on overwhelming, but Spectral Park is so striking that it's worth risking sensory overload." -AllMusic

"...bursting with life and teeming with energy." -DIY Magazine

Released on vinyl by Mexican Summer, 1/29/13


released June 25, 2013




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