You May Like This: Loner Deluxe



Loner Deluxenew “cassingle” Long Shore Drift

What you may need to know…

01. Since the last time we stopped in with Rusted Rail Records jefe Keith Wallace, he’s put together a third in a series of digital “cassingles” under the pseudonym Loner Deluxe.

02. Entitled Long Shore Drift, the whole enterprise was inspired by a trip to a remote island off the west coast, and slowly developed from there into tunes for imagined, abandoned spaces.

03. Streaming above is the video for lead-off track Moon Dunes, animated by Galway studio Tiny Epics. It’s a sequel to Deluxe’s last vidjo.

04. Long Shore Drift is streaming and available for download now at Rusted Rail’s Bandcamp.

VERDICT: Beatsier than previous outings, but with no less emphasis on spacey noises or atmosphere.

Loner Deluxe

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4 thoughts on “You May Like This: Loner Deluxe

  1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I love the picture.
    What does it mean?
    – No Anchor?
    – No Anchors?
    – No Anchoring?
    They’re all funny, as is the reference to a trip at the bottom.

    1. Niallo

      Could be a play on words ? What silent letter would be needed to go from “no” to “anchors” to make the phrase gramatically correct yet hilarious in a pubescent sort of way.

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