Nearest Suns by Brad Laner, released 29 October 2013 1. Be Gone 2. Time Balm 3. Catapult 4. Summer Rudder 5. Dream Drug 6. Equals Sky 7. Nearly Hospital High 8. Holiday King 9. Puncture 10. A Blue Morning 11. None Of The Above 12. Eight Question Marks. Dan Leithauser Brad Laner was Medicine. This medicine is sweet and addictive and be sure to check out the NEW Medicine, "To The Happy Few".
Brad Laner – Nearest Suns. Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop. Style: Psychedelic Rock, Indie Pop, Indie Rock. Nearest Suns (LP, Album, Ltd). Hometapes, Drawing Room Records. Label: Hometapes – HT060, Drawing Room Records – DR00005. Composed, played, sung, recorded and mixed by Brad Laner at Eichler Sounds Granada Hills, CA 2010-2012. Limited to 1000 copies in total 500 Red & Yellow Haze (this) 500 Black All copies comes deluxe packaging with an 18 x24 poster by Robert Beatty.
Nearest Suns, like the previous two solo outings from Medicine guitarist and producer Brad Laner, draws its inspiration from the peak of rock’s baroque psych-pop days, with Sgt. Pepper’s and Pet Sounds looming large over most of its inconsistent tracklist. Featured Tracks: Play Track. The album Medicine released earlier this year, To the Happy Few, was the first Laner recording I’d heard since 1995’s Her Highness, and while it stayed true to the fundamental se spirit of the band’s earlier stuff, Laner’s production work (he’s produced all of the band’s albums) seemed heavily influenced by contemporary electronic music, and helped make the album a happily surprising success. Laner’s well-regarded as a guitarist, but while he’s technically virtuosic, what he plays tends to pale in comparison to what he does to the signal leaving the instrument’s pickups.
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Artists Brad Laner Nearest Suns. This album has an average beat per minute of 106 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 82/122 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Tracklist - Nearest Suns.
Nearest Suns marks Brad Laner’s third solo album release and it has just seen the light of day earlier this week via Hometapes and Drawing Room. The guitarist, songwriter, and producer composed, played, and recorded the album entirely in his Granada Hills, California home. The press release describes Nearest Suns as an old new universe in twelve songs, shattering what it means to be called a singer-songwriter, messing around with the notion of getting older, and soundtracking the infinite distortion and infinite harmony of falling in and out of love. If you haven’t lent your ears to it yet,.
|B1||Nearly Hospital High|
|B4||A Blue Morning|
|B5||None Of The Above|
|B6||Eight Question Marks|
|HT060||Brad Laner||Nearest Suns (CD, Album, Promo)||Hometapes||HT060||US||2013|
|HT060, DR00005||Brad Laner||Nearest Suns (LP, Album, Ltd)||Hometapes, Drawing Room Records||HT060, DR00005||US||2013|