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Boomkat Product Review:
Now expanded to a four piece, with Shaunn Watt and Peter Carruthers joining Great Lake Swimers fellers and founding members Colin Heubert and Erik Arnesen, Siskiyou expand on 2010’s self-titled debut with ‘Keep Away The Dead’, a warming and effortlessly charming collection of homespun Americana. I’m reminded of Bright Eyes, Calexico or even the Great Lake Singers themselves, but there’s something more indebted to Neil Young here, so much so that there’s a cover of ‘Revolution Blues’ right in the middle to make sure you know. Produced with a keen ear for ‘space’ the album sort of sounds like it was recorded in a cabin in the woods, and somehow this gels perfectly with all the mythos that surrounds the band. Siskiyou make music for secluded moments, desolate times and lonely, singular beauty, and they do it very well indeed.