Posted by: Dominic Umile | 09/27/2010

Published Elsewhere: Tamaryn

The WavesBlurt published my review of the Tamaryn album last week. Stoned and sometimes pleasantly shapeless, Tamaryn’s debut record is primed for late summer. While this collection appears to fit snugly into the lot of beach-obsessed efforts that flooded 2010’s independent market, it’s in packaging alone. The Waves is grayed-out and spacious, with woozy, lush textures similar to those dealt by recent one-offs like Deerhunter affiliate Lotus Plaza, or beloved acts like Ride, whose early ‘90s outings rank as some of the most creative of the much-ballyhooed shoegaze golden era. Read the rest NOW.

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