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- Release Info

Artist: Parts & Labor
Album: Receivers
Label: Jagjaguwar
Playtime: 41:40 min
Genre: Indie
URL: http://www.jagjaguwar.com
Rip date: 2008-10-23
Street date: 2008-10-28
Size: 64.53 MB
Type: Normal
Quality: 206 kbps / 4410kHz / Joint Stereo

- Release Notes

Enjoy this record by one of the best indie bands around, for fans of Husker

"Brooklyn noisepunk outfit Parts & Labor has dramatically altered their
wall-of-sound: Their fourth album, Receivers, finds P&L focusing on open
spaces, longer movements, expansive arrangements and loftier goals. On eight
epic tracks, Receivers showcases the band's catchiest and darkest moods to
date, reveling in a growing dynamic sensibility only hinted at in their
previous work. Though they've maintained their love affair with glitchy
oscillations and anthemic vocals, they are now utilizing the full
possibilities of a band that was once a scrappy punk trio, and now a mature
art-rock quartet. It's a heady mix of psych, noise, and pop influenced by the
arty minimalism of Wire, the surreal pop of early Eno, and even the spaced
out psychedelia of Dark Side-era Pink Floyd.

To flesh out the roar of Receivers, P&L's founding members Dan Friel (vocals,
electronics) and BJ Warshaw (vocals, bass) recruited drummer Joe Wong and
guitarist Sarah Lipstate. Wong's motorik style perfectly complements the
band's bombastic drone with uniquely repetitive rhythms augmented by
jaw-dropping, furious fills. Lipstate implements a noisy-yet-folky guitar
technique tinged with experimental electronics, cassette tape manipulations,
and bowed double-neck guitar. The addition of a full time guitarist allowed
Friel to focus on his signature keyboard effects -- a unique 8-bit clarion
call that remains the most recognizable element of this constantly evolving
band -- and allowed the band to compose their most complex arrangements thus
far. With the new lineup solidified, P&L wasted no time, heading straight to
Wong's Milwaukee studio mere months after playing their first show as a

In April, Parts & Labor had an open call on their websites, looking for audio
samples and field recordings submitted by friends and fans. The band posed a
selection of questions to spur inspiration: "What do your parents sound
like?" "What are you afraid of?" They received hundreds of sounds in return
-- all manner of bleeps, conversations and crashes. In a gesture of
inclusion, every sound received is used in some degree on the album, either
within the chattering satellites whirring by in the aptly titled "Satellites"
or during the final cacophony of noise that swallows the band during
Receivers' final moments. The band's favorite sounds, however, were given
special prominence as source material for the ambient interludes and collages
that bridge the eight songs. It's a unique project that comments on
information overload while also championing the democratic nature of working
in an increasingly digital music business.

Lyrically, Receivers continues Parts & Labor's obsessions with technology
gone sinister, post-industrial paranoia, and cultural divides. "Satellites"
envisions surveillance machines growing bored watching humans and then
hurling themselves into the sun. "Nowheres Nigh" and "Solemn Show World"
meditate upon the seemingly endless homogeny of exurban American highways.
However, the band's questions this time point more inwardly; these are less
calls to arms than they are calls to self-improvement. For every pessimistic
observation comes a positive declaration. Whether cheerleading the
celebration of choice in "The Ceasing Now" or pronouncing a declaration of
love during an apocalypse in "Wedding In A Wasteland", Parts & Labor's
lyrics, like their music, seek stability within the chaos."

- Track List

01. Satellites ( 7:16)
02. Nowheres Nigh ( 4:36)
03. Mount Misery ( 3:41)
04. Little Ones ( 4:14)
05. The Ceasing Now ( 7:17)
06. Wedding in a Wasteland ( 4:35)
07. Prefix Free ( 4:08)
08. Solemn Show World ( 5:53)

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