ii nub releases "Gradients"
Textured, layered, medium and ambient; a music critic's favorite words to use when when reviewing an album like ii nub's newest release "Gradients." Sure, the music is in fact textured; it sounds like you can feel its separate tracks, each one with its own "gradient," its own touch. And yes, there are layers. With each drum loop and synth line, with each field recording and baritone guitar riff, the songs takes some time to swallow with the thickness and simplicity of the music.
Photographer Gregory Crewdson was a Brooklyn kid whose family spent the summers in the Berkshires. The small towns had a profound effect on the city kid. He perceived pain and longing in the residents, who wore expressions on their creased faces that seemed as haunted as the shuttered mills and abandoned farmhouses. When he decided to stage elaborate tableaux to capture on camera, Crewdson returned to the havens of his youth and through his lens transformed them into darker versions of Norman Rockwell's Stockbridge.
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