The US gaze-rock project Panophonic revealed the track Endlessly recently.
Panophonic – Photo by Mandy McGee
The intricately blurred, echoing reverb creates a luxurious carpet of sound which steals through the room and in to the listeners bloodstream as the melancholic lyric provides a more unsettled countenance to the just under three and two thirds minutes track.
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The US gaze-wave project Panophonic last featured just over a year ago.
Within the past half a day the latest track surfaced – I Can’t Come Home which introduces a less echoing fuzz to the forefront than much of the material previously featured, giving the piece a darker more melancholic air in which the listener can let their mind drift as the varying textures interweave creating a layering that on each play through allows new ideas to be discovered.
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The US shoegaze project Panaphonic is taking part in a Nepal Disaster Relief Compilation release through Patetico Records coming out on the 26th.
The seventh of the seventeen tracks – Eye For An Eye. Rock Back For Nepal (Volume One) is available on bandcamp.
Having had the opportunity to take a listen to the LP, I can offer a thumbs up, not only for the cause, but for the music and an album well worth adding to the collection.
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Panaphonic from the USA has a new LP – Failure In Many Dimensions – set for release on the 4th.
Panaphonic – Failure In Many Dimensions – artwork
The opening track of the six is In You I Want To Swim.
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Panaphonic also know as Tom Lugo, who we have met many times previously in the past four and a half years has a new track.
The very simplicity of the conundrums of Telephone Poles make this a track I felt would be four minutes and twenty three seconds of your time well spent.
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