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Solitary

by Jeph Jacques

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Deconimus This album is a beautiful change of pace considering Jeph's other records. It features an overall calm sound while still having power-laden crescendos in a way that would even do a Mogwai record justice. The somewhat colder note on songs like "She's A Monster" could hint the album's name. Listening to this record is soothing and calming but also refreshing and empowering. Favorite track: Stoners.
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Luke Hartley This album is delightful. It is quite a departure from the music Jeph Jacques typically writes, but is a welcome addition all the same. This album has a soft post-rock feel and is a lot less heavy and more melancholic than one who is familiar with Deathmole might expect. It is a great choice for early mornings and late nights. Favorite track: Deteriorating.
Drydock
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Drydock If you wanted Deathmøle to do a Not Death Metal Album, here it is.
Chris
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Chris Ever since "The Prince is Born" off Moletopopolis, I've waited for more mellow pretty instrumental stuff from this artist, and this album delivers. Beautiful post-rock instrumental tracks. Favorite track: Proven Wrong.
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released January 2, 2013

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