Thursday, March 20, 2014

Tracking Sounds Alone. Castor.

The second installment in an indefinite and completely unplanned feature series of exceptionally good albums that you may or may not have heard.  

Tracking Sounds Alone by Castor is quite possibly the most rewarding thirty-two minutes fifty-four seconds of 90's sub-genre rock to be heard.  It might even be among the best 33 minutes in music. It's a journey that's worth taking.  There are no frills.  I don't even think there's one sub-par song.  It's just good music.  The lo-fi recording only adds to the mystique of a band that was a mere blip on the cluttered radar of 90's sub-genre-rock. And a blip tough it may have been, what a blip it was.  Enjoy.

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Evan Jones is a painter, drummer, and avid music lover.