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Noises [Remington Shotgun] – Simon Halliday
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Electric Harpsichord – Holger Zapp*, Tim GaneRecorded By [Electric Harpsichord] – Jeff Fisher
Percussion [Brutalist] – Cole AlexanderSynthesizer [Additional] – Ben H. AllenSynthesizer [Roland RS09], Synthesizer [Sony TC377], Electronics, Tape [Manipulation] – James Cargill
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Alto Saxophone [Treated] – Zumi RosowVoice [Vocal Cameo] – Faulkner
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Album · 2015 · 9 Songs. The gorgeous sonics are regularly just a salve for caustic lyrics though, and Bradford Cox’s outsider spirit rages with paranoia and self-laceration throughout. Fading Frontier Deerhunter.
A Deerhunter album rollout usually coincides with some pithy and provocative statements from Bradford Cox on pop culture. He sort of obliged on Fading Frontier, calling most modern pop music "totally unredeemable" in an interview. But other than that, he seemed serene: "Fifteen years I spent proving myself," he mused in that same piece. The only reason for me to make a record now is to make the record.
About Fading Frontier. Fading Frontier is the seventh studio album by Deerhunter, released on October 16, 2015 on 4AD Records. The songs are brighter; if not in content, then in the album’s production. Fading Frontier Q&A.
Deerhunter’s 2010 album Halcyon Digest and Cox’s 2011 album Parallax, under his Atlas Sound alias, were each inspired by the deaths of close friends – Memphis singer-songwriter Jay Reatard and Broadcast’s Trish Keenan. Cox was left so distraught by the latter’s passing that he attempted to contact her via automatic writing. Its follow-up, Fading Frontier, was pre-empted by Cox being hit by a car last December. Cox has long established himself as an unpredictable figure (he once responded to a heckler jokily shouting for the Knack’s My Sharona by playing My Sharona for an hour), and so it is with his musical response to being run over. An experience that left him with a broken pelvis and jaw, in incredible pain and on antidepressants, seems to have inspired Deerhunter’s most straightforward, uplifting, pop-infused album to date: nine songs dispatched in a crisp 36 minutes.
Fading Frontier might not be peak Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest remains a stunningly experimental noise pop achievement for the ages - but it certainly isn’t far off. It pairs guitar riffs ranging from blistering to groovy with electronic harpsichord progressions and keyboard fills, lining them all with Cox’s distinct whine. It might be the first Deerhunter album with clear(ish) ideas that manifest audibly and sonically in very straightforward ways. Cox calls it writing consciously. There’s a conscious effort to channel positive energy here, a byproduct of the accident, and it’s warm and enveloping. You can especially hear and feel it in songs like opener All the Same and closer Carrion, which are both mellower tunes that bookend the more experimental ones, the latter replicating the slow-rolling vibe you might get from Americana music.
Fading Frontier is the new studio album by Deerhunter, set for release on 16th October 2015 on 4AD. The record was made by founding members Bradford Cox, Lockett Pundt, Moses Archuleta, and bassist Josh McKay.
Nevertheless, this unsettled eclecticism notwithstanding, Fading Frontier does in fact sport some of Deerhunter’s most conventional and poppy material. 60. The follow-up mostly reverts to the synth-oriented dream-poppiness of 2010's Halcyon Digest.
The cover art for the album is a photograph titled "Zuma" by the artist John Divola. Bradford Cox - lead vocals, guitar, percussion, keyboards, electronics.
Fading Frontier' - the most direct, unflinching album Deerhunter have ever made, and quite possibly the best - sometimes feels like the second part of a duology about breakdown and recovery, not only from the psychodrama of 'Monomania', but from the car accident Cox was hospitalised by last December. It's pretty amazing the band has followed Cox's lead with little difficulty. Or at least Fading Frontier makes it appear that way. Tight when they need to be but loose enough to explore the cosmos, Deerhunter sounds reinvigorated by the new attitude.
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