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Boomkat Product Review:
More Deep Cuts was the second album to be released by new Anticon signees Thee More Shallows, which came out back in 2004. The San Franciscan trio plough a fairly unique furrow fashioning a kind of willowy post rock that at once manages to sound ornate and experimental, but never at the expense of majestic melodic accomplishments. The bowed saw played on 'Int.1' sounds like it's weeping in some vacant lot, paving a way for the space chimes and expansive choral vocals of 'Ave Grave'. Like so many post-rock acts, Thee More Shallows aren't shy of getting their string section out of storage for those grander moments, but on 'Freshman Thesis' the orchestration doesn't merely sound like a guitar part that's been transposed to violin but rather an independent piece of music that weaves beautifully through the song. Lovely stuff.