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Boomkat Product Review:
"David Novick's self-titled album is officially a reissue, though the original was pressed in an insanely short edition, for only one hundred souls. David and his bandmates in San Francisco Water Cooler put it out as the third release on their Sun Sneeze Records, and all the copies were sold or handed out at shows. The Novick solo sound captures the hissing water of youth, loosely hanging around the neck of ‘pop’ in a braid twisted with folk and experimental and psychedelic artifacts that come on with a distinct aroma. David Novick flashes through seven ambitiously built songs recorded in his Santa Cruz bedroom a few years ago, using Tascam four-track and eight-track cassette machines. Melting and floating light before the campfire, the songs conjure ghosts to sing along, naked before all nature and the wild, and the bobcat claws glittering in the growing dark of the mountains. In order to create the shifting moods of weird creepy beauty, and the bright and shade of the album, David used mostly acoustic guitars, some percussion, and his own vocals, augmented with touches of electric guitar, organ, trumpet, harmonica and synthesizer. ‘David Novick’ isn’t long, but it’s at least twice as deep; a late night burner to watch the fire to, projected into space with your best friends."