supernowhere Gestalt



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Ask the Seattle-based trio supernowhere to describe their sound and they’ll each respond with unique yet shared perspective: “florid indie rock”; “angular yet airy”; “maximum syncopation, interplay, and collaboration—minimum direction, focus, and telling each other what to do”. Each description hints at the band’s expansive, somewhat uncategorizable sound built around artful contradictions.

On their 2018 debut Gestalt, originally written and recorded in Vermont, and recently remixed and remastered by Dylan Hanwright (mem. Great Grandpa, I Kill Giants, Apples With Moya), supernowhere juxtapose entrancing midtempo composition with slithery, arpeggiating melodies backed with melodic drumming. Bassist and singer Meredith Davey is at the forefront of most songs with her lilted voice that seems to glide effortlessly over the syncopated phrasings of her bandmates Kurt Pacing (guitar, vocals) and Matt Anderson (drums), with Pacing occasionally taking over vocal leads with a delicate, hushed voice that further enriches supernowhere’s atmospheric articulations.

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Track List:

  1. Hairspine
  2. Truly A Great Night Like Many Other Nights
  3. Fast Pilgrim
  4. In The Field
  5. David
  6. Paper
  7. Catch
  8. Darl
  9. Thaw
  10. Cascade
  11. Unthaw
  12. Double Happiness
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