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PAPERCUTS / PAST LIFE REGRESSION - Jason Quever has been releasing timeless guitar-based dream pop as Papercuts since 2004, impervious to trends or micro genres that have come and gone around him. In that regard, his contemporaries are artists like Hiss Golden Messenger, Fruit Bats, Andy Shauf or Kings of Convenience ' artists who are more concerned with song craft and perfecting their sound, and less concerned with gimmicks or fitting into a specific scene. "Past Life Regression" is his new album and it's a journey into the dreamier reaches of Velvets-flavored strum that digs deep into influences as wide-ranging as Leonard Cohen, The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Spiritualized, Echo & The Bunnymen, 60s sunshine pop and folk rock of all eras. As always, Jason's songcraft and production are immaculate, marking "Past Life Regression" as a crucial addition to his discography.
PAPERCUTS / PAST LIFE REGRESSION - Jason Quever has been releasing timeless guitar-based dream pop as Papercuts since 2004, impervious to trends or micro genres that have come and gone around him. In that regard, his contemporaries are artists like Hiss Golden Messenger, Fruit Bats, Andy Shauf or Kings of Convenience ' artists who are more concerned with song craft and perfecting their sound, and less concerned with gimmicks or fitting into a specific scene. "Past Life Regression" is his new album and it's a journey into the dreamier reaches of Velvets-flavored strum that digs deep into influences as wide-ranging as Leonard Cohen, The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Spiritualized, Echo & The Bunnymen, 60s sunshine pop and folk rock of all eras. As always, Jason's songcraft and production are immaculate, marking "Past Life Regression" as a crucial addition to his discography.
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Past Life Regression
Artist: Papercuts
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PAPERCUTS / PAST LIFE REGRESSION - Jason Quever has been releasing timeless guitar-based dream pop as Papercuts since 2004, impervious to trends or micro genres that have come and gone around him. In that regard, his contemporaries are artists like Hiss Golden Messenger, Fruit Bats, Andy Shauf or Kings of Convenience ' artists who are more concerned with song craft and perfecting their sound, and less concerned with gimmicks or fitting into a specific scene. "Past Life Regression" is his new album and it's a journey into the dreamier reaches of Velvets-flavored strum that digs deep into influences as wide-ranging as Leonard Cohen, The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Spiritualized, Echo & The Bunnymen, 60s sunshine pop and folk rock of all eras. As always, Jason's songcraft and production are immaculate, marking "Past Life Regression" as a crucial addition to his discography.
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