PAINT - Spiritual Vegas
Whereas his debut was more free-flowing and experimental, this second outing really tightens the reins on the pop production for a deliciously retro set. Really warm, loads of lush tones and some killer songs too.
Having first made his mark as a songwriter and guitarist for Los Angeles’ Allah-Las, Pedrum Siadatian has etched out a place of his own with his solo work as PAINT. What started as modest 4-track experiments quickly took on a life of their own as Pedrum began distilling his musical and lyrical inspirations into something both timeless and new.
PAINT return with the release of the ambitious Spiritual Vegas. While Ray Davies-smirks and Kevin Ayers-wit abound, Siadatian’s singular touch is unmistakable. Joined once again by producer / engineer Frank Maston at the helm, Spiritual Vegas features a rogue’s gallery of players with performances by Jackson Macintosh (TOPS, Sheer Agony) on bass and guitar, Nick Murray (White Fence, Oh Sees) on drums, and brothers-in-Las Spencer Dunham and Matt Correia on bass and percussion respectively. On Spiritual Vegas the production is a clear departure from PAINT’s debut- with an increased clarity and tonal variety, drawing inspiration from 80’s/90’s art-rock.
1. Intro (Phor Phaedra)
2. Strange World
3. Grape St.
5. Flying Fox
6. Ta Fardah
7. Why Not, Tick Tock?
8. Meet Me (In St. Lucia)
1. Land Man
2. Tongue Tied
3. Ballad of Adelaide
4. Well Of Memory/ODAAT
6. Outro (The Lines I Drew)
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