With touring guitarist Jeff Palmer now a permanent member of the band, the Radar Bros. refashioned themselves as a quartet for 2008's Auditorium. Apart from the expanded lineup, however, nothing much else has changed, since the Bros. still sound too languid to venture outside their slowcore comfort zone. They excel at crafting dreamy ballads that owe as much to sedatives as Pink Floyd's "Breathe," complete with sleepy-eyed synth swells and jarring, left-field lyrics ("I keep drinking your tailgate piss, it's you I miss")
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Radar Bros. More albums of Radar Bros. Singles & B-Sides 1996-2000. This album was released on the label Longtime Listener (catalog number LISN82017). This album was released in 2008 year. All track songs from this album Radar Bros.
This album has an average beat per minute of 109 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/138 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Tracklist - Auditorium.
excel at psychedelically derived slowcore that injects a lazy, trippy sonic gauze over their stubborn, unhurried, stiff rhythms. Imagine the Flaming Lips on major sedation. Auditorium, the Bros. first album in three years, following 2005’s excellent The Fallen Leaf Pages, sticks to their playbook. The harmonies and sliding melody of Happy Spirits recall the ghost of Meddle/ Dark Side-era Pink Floyd, with singer Jim Putnam doing his best to not disrupt the hypnotic mood.
The new album, 'Auditorium' follows in the Radar Bros. Tradition of complex yet wistful melodies that evoke the more melancholic side of the American consciousness. While they may very well bask in the hazy, lazy glow of the warm California sun, these songs are truly universal - filled with longing and desire, equal parts hope and despair.
|1||When Cold Air Goes To Sleep||4:41|
|2||Warm Rising Sun||3:26|
|4||Hearts Of Crows||4:02|
|6||Hills Of Stone||3:53|
|10||A Dog Named Ohio||3:24|
|MRG315||Radar Bros.||Auditorium (CD, Album + File, MP3 + File, FLAC)||Merge Records||MRG315||US||2008|
|none||Radar Bros.||Auditorium (CDr, Promo)||Chemikal Underground||none||UK||2008|
|LISN82017||Radar Bros.||Auditorium (CD, Album)||Longtime Listener||LISN82017||Australia||2008|