Drifters / Love Is the Devil
Download links and information about Drifters / Love Is the Devil by Dirty Beaches. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:15:31 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative|
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|2.||I Dream in Neon||3:35|
|6.||Aurevoir Mon Visage||4:01|
|8.||Landscapes in the Mist||5:13|
|9.||Greyhound at Night||3:24|
|10.||This Is Not My City||3:42|
|12.||Love Is the Devil||4:11|
|13.||Alone at the Danube River||7:33|
|14.||I Don't Know How to Find My Way Back to You||3:28|
|15.||Like the Ocean We Part||4:32|
Alex Zhang Hungtai—a.k.a. Dirty Beaches—is a fairly prolific guy, over the course of six years releasing a stream of singles, collaborations, soundtracks, and albums (the standout being 2011's Badlands). Drifters/Love Is the Devil finds our dark-souled lover of skewed rockabilly and post-punk existentialism combining two projects recorded over two years' time into one expansive, expressive work that's perhaps a bit baffling but surprisingly cohesive. Drifters comprises the first eight tracks here. The remaining eight, starting with "Greyhound at Night," are haunting, sometimes-unsettling instrumentals. The second collection reportedly took shape after Hungtai moved to Berlin in the wake of a painful breakup. We know bleak can often be beautiful, but tracks like "Love Is the Devil" and "Berlin" somehow drill right to the bottom of the soul and paint despair in new forms. From Drifters, we glean the spark of Badlands on "Night Walk" and "Elli," and we sense new textures on tracks like the jittery "Aurevoir Mon Visage" and the shape-shifting mini-epic "Mirage Hall."