Review : SINGLE FRAME - Body/End/Basement
Lost At Sea magazineAs far as I can remember, I'd never before seen a record described as a "psychological thriller." That sort of language is left to hyperbolic advertising for horror movies and paperback novels. Considering the level of fear and paranoia here, however, I'd say an exception should be made for Single Frame's creepy, unsettling third album, Body/End/Basement....full text
PrefixMagSingle Frame's Body/End/Basement is a thoughtfully crafted hodgepodge. Over the album's seventeen tracks -- which, in sum, last just more than thirty minutes -- the Austin-based trio builds a cohesively creepy ambience by mixing a variety of synth, guitar and found sounds (vocals delivered underwater, pocket change, washing machines). The album is an acquired taste, but it's definitely worth acquiring....full text
TinyMixTapesSingle Frame have a hodgepodge of items in the bed of their Dodge pickup. Adreon Henry is in the driver's seat, Jason Schleter is the navigating passenger, and Brendan Reilly is on roller-skates with a rope tied around his waist — the other end of the rope attached to the rear bumper. The truck bed is full of spare parts....full text
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