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Boomkat Product Review:
Constellation mainstay Eric Chenaux returns with a followup to 2018's acclaimed 'Slowly Paradise', a bravely minimal set of Arthur Russell-influenced chamber pop that's more elaborate than it dares let on.
Chenaux is here able to let quiet and silence speak volumes on tracks like subtle opening jam 'Hello, How? and Hey', allowing his wiry electric guitar chimes buzz through nu avant thickets like graceful bees as his words dip out of view.
Chenaux developed his foot-pedal technique this time around, composing beats on a Boss drum machine to use as gated triggers, allowing his guitar to pulse rhythmically. This gives his compositions a Reich-ian sound, with ringing notes phased like bells, transforming into oscillating warbles. The album's most impressive track is 'There They Were', erupting into Simon and Garfunkel esque chorus mid-way thru its 10-minute duration, accompanied by live guitar soloing. Really good.