The US summerhaze project Henry Nowhere is working towards the release of an LP.
Henry Nowhere – photo by @jakugo
From the forthcoming release Problems Of The Heart surfaced on the 19th and was released yesterday as a stand alone single. The room is filled with the palpable warmth of analogue valves as the retro-lofi dreamy track lazily stretches out its luscious texturing.
It will be of interest to see whether this is a long term concept for Henry Moser, who was introduced back in 2015 with the now defunct solo project The Easies.
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The US alt-indie project The Easies was introduced a couple of months ago.
It must be something to do with the weather, or some such excuse, that once again I am late with a track that was sent to me a while back – Daydream All Night.
The appropriately named Day Dream All Night peers from under the bed-covers before rubbing its eyes and drifting off back for another four minutes and eleven seconds of snoozing. Melting into the brain the audience finds themselves drifting into warming stupor as the unhurried softness of synthetics and reverbing guitar play around the head to the accompaniment of a soothing vocal.
On surfacing from the reverie the mind feels as though it has undergone a deep relaxation and Daydream All Night is a track to add to the ‘Life is pressing down’ playlist, where it will massage away many of those knots of day to day existence.
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The Easies is the solo alt-indie project of Henry Moser from the USA.
The first track to surface – Place I Like To Go, slows down the day with surf reverbed guitar that warms the room as the track progresses, set to a soft brush vocal. The whole effect finds the audience settling back in their chair to imbibe the vaguely retro-feel of The Easies.
Running at five minutes, Place I Like To Go, perhaps overstays its welcome, but the cutting off of excess will come with the development of the project. As a first release Henry has delivered a track that will keep The Easies in the minds eye and I look forward to hearing more of the luxurious hushed melodies.
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