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Shearwater|Jet Plane and Oxbow

Jet Plane and Oxbow

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The ninth studio LP from the Austin-based outfit, and their second outing for Sub Pop, Jet Plane and Oxbow feels like a culmination of sorts; a rigged explosion in a mountain crevice meant to link past and future. It would be easy to dismiss Shearwater's nod to '80s sonic excess as opportunistic, not to mention a little bit late to the party, if it weren't so consistently compelling and undeniably grand. Opting for the big studio craftsmanship of artists like Tears for Fears, Talk Talk, and Peter Gabriel over the treacly, vintage synth-fueled dance-pop that's been at the forefront of the current '80s revival, Jet Plane and Oxbow effectively expands the sonic territories explored on 2012's like-minded but less immediate Animal Joy. Politically charged and unabashedly melodramatic, the 11-track set, lent extra cinematic scope by contributions from film composer and percussionist Brian Reitzell, is as punitive as it is empowering, with frontman Jonathan Meiburg, whose voice has never sounded so commanding, reckoning with the dizzying political and social dualities of being an American in the capricious second decade of the 21st century. Coming in at just over 50 minutes, it's the band's most streamlined collection of music since 2008's career-defining Rook, and their most vital offering to date, with highlights arriving via the rolling, Krautrock-inspired "Radio Silence" (not a cover of the era-appropriate Thomas Dolby song of the same name), the elegiac "Pale Kings," and the fiery, future live staple "A Long Time Away." "Prime" and "Quiet Americans," the former a bucolic/violent blast of slow burn art-rock and the latter a propulsive, synth- and electronic drum-led call to arms that asks, without the slightest bit or irony, "And whither the Americans?," impress as well, but the truth is that Jet Plane and Oxbow, like the band itself, which has been consistently hitting the pavement and cranking out high-quality products for nearly 15 years, never really lets up.
© James Christopher Monger /TiVo

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1
Prime
00:03:38

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

2
Quiet Americans
00:03:33

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

3
A Long Time Away
00:04:10

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

4
Backchannels
00:04:45

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

5
Filaments
00:06:10

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

6
Pale Kings
00:04:13

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

7
Only Child
00:04:31

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

8
Glass Bones
00:03:39

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

9
Wildlife in America
00:05:09

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

10
Radio Silence
00:06:38

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

11
Stray Light at Clouds Hill
00:05:39

Shearwater, MainArtist

2015 Sub Pop Records 2015 Sub Pop Records

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The ninth studio LP from the Austin-based outfit, and their second outing for Sub Pop, Jet Plane and Oxbow feels like a culmination of sorts; a rigged explosion in a mountain crevice meant to link past and future. It would be easy to dismiss Shearwater's nod to '80s sonic excess as opportunistic, not to mention a little bit late to the party, if it weren't so consistently compelling and undeniably grand. Opting for the big studio craftsmanship of artists like Tears for Fears, Talk Talk, and Peter Gabriel over the treacly, vintage synth-fueled dance-pop that's been at the forefront of the current '80s revival, Jet Plane and Oxbow effectively expands the sonic territories explored on 2012's like-minded but less immediate Animal Joy. Politically charged and unabashedly melodramatic, the 11-track set, lent extra cinematic scope by contributions from film composer and percussionist Brian Reitzell, is as punitive as it is empowering, with frontman Jonathan Meiburg, whose voice has never sounded so commanding, reckoning with the dizzying political and social dualities of being an American in the capricious second decade of the 21st century. Coming in at just over 50 minutes, it's the band's most streamlined collection of music since 2008's career-defining Rook, and their most vital offering to date, with highlights arriving via the rolling, Krautrock-inspired "Radio Silence" (not a cover of the era-appropriate Thomas Dolby song of the same name), the elegiac "Pale Kings," and the fiery, future live staple "A Long Time Away." "Prime" and "Quiet Americans," the former a bucolic/violent blast of slow burn art-rock and the latter a propulsive, synth- and electronic drum-led call to arms that asks, without the slightest bit or irony, "And whither the Americans?," impress as well, but the truth is that Jet Plane and Oxbow, like the band itself, which has been consistently hitting the pavement and cranking out high-quality products for nearly 15 years, never really lets up.
© James Christopher Monger /TiVo

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