Rising from the ashes of Red Red Meat to become a band in its own right, Califone centers everything around the voice of Tim Rutili, who sounds a bit like Mark Kozelek—gentle but weathered, as if singing too loudly might break whatever spell he’s casting. The music surrounding Rutili is deceptively simple—shakers and horns that rock and bleat in a rhythm that eventually coalesces into something fuller. (via Califone: Stitches (Dead Oceans) album review | Under The Radar)

Rising from the ashes of Red Red Meat to become a band in its own right, Califone centers everything around the voice of Tim Rutili, who sounds a bit like Mark Kozelek—gentle but weathered, as if singing too loudly might break whatever spell he’s casting. The music surrounding Rutili is deceptively simple—shakers and horns that rock and bleat in a rhythm that eventually coalesces into something fuller. (via Califone: Stitches (Dead Oceans) album review | Under The Radar)

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