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Justin Vellucci: Terminal HarborTerminal Harbor (2007)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: Matt_WhelihanMatt Whelihan
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Justin Vellucci seems to be privy to the same muses that inspired (Smog)’s early recordings, only while Bill Callahan’s work exuded a sort of bizarre sense of humor, Vellucci’s work is lonesome and detached. Terminal Harbor sounds as if it were recorded in the boiler room of some abandoned building where the rusted pipes and decrepit machinery still faintly groan in the background. It’s an engrossing mix of clean and lo-fi that brings together simple, mechanical percussion, acoustic guitars, intimate vocals, and layers of fuzz that reside somewhere between Neutral Milk Hotel and bare bones industrial music.
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