REVIEW: Orem (the sink) – Planets (The Prescott Family)

Orem (the sink) - Planets (The Prescott Family)

Covina Cali’s transcendental roots band, Orem (the sink) has re-freed Planets, a geo-biologically aware, lo-fidelity 2007 LP. Forget contemporary lo-fi indie hipsteria. Orem (the sink) goes beyond the yonder with timeless yet timely lyrics- “One thing about your planet is that no one understands it”. Uni-versal lyrics of the like wave and ebb in some real, sweet, imperfect male vocals over and under some eerie minimalist hypnotica that’s pasted together by folk-rooted riffs (and a plump reggae bass-line in ‘So The Ground’). Hear ye, eary denizens! Planets shall expand yer universe.


2 Responses to “REVIEW: Orem (the sink) – Planets (The Prescott Family)”

  1. May 8, 2009 at 10:46 pm #

    wtf is the press dog? thought this shit was legitz and shiz

  2. May 8, 2009 at 10:49 pm #

    oh my band, this is rad! good news~`!

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