Tuesday, September 29, 2009


Great to find this beautiful pearl in my inbox, cf. the excellent Leftist Underwater Antiques, who first came to my attention after releasing Forest Swords' sublime Miarches EP a few months ago. Next up at the bat is Pure Ecstasy, a three piece from Austin whose heartbroken ballads are shrouded in clouds of desert dust - burnt orange, sienna and flecks of gold. You can almost see it hanging here, hazing out the spaces between that morose guitar lick, the Be-My-Baby drumbeat and Nate Grace's crestfallen vocal delivery that just aches and aches in the most beautiful way possible.


[Pure Ecstasy Myspace]

[Buy Future Nostalgia cassette from Leftist Underwater Antiques]

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