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Boomkat Product Review:
Following up on his Dull Lights LP from 2006, songwriter and guitarist Eric Chenaux finds himself on Sloppy Ground, although that title probably isn't doing him sufficient justice. This doesn't sound particularly aligned with any other current threads within the singer-songwriter field, and Chenaux's peculiar, tangled up arrangements present his music in a slightly askew, very personal fashion with well-mapped out, yet slightly ramshackle full band arrangements backing up his voice and guitar. It's worth drawing special attention to Chenaux's guitar playing: so few songwriters would approach their own material with such a liberal hand when it comes to instrumental solos and interludes. Chenaux seems content to disrupt the flow of his own songs with (presumably improvised) electric leads casting the sort of fuzzy shapes spewed forth by J Mascis. Aside from Mascis and perhaps Neil Young, seldom would you find an artist so able to balance their instincts for song-craft with a predilection for wild, untethered musicianship. Highly recommended.