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The Neon Skyline

Andy Shauf

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In 2016, Andy Shauf gave us The Party, a great work of shimmering intimate pop. That third opus from the timid Canadian was touching and precise, and notably brought fans of the late Elliott Smith some astounding and meticulous melodies, like Harry Nilsson, Dean Friedman and Paul Simon were prone to doing in the 1970s. Four years later, the songwriter does not appear to have left the cosy confines of that boudoir, this time with added folk guitars. The timeless and classic atmosphere of The Neon Skyline does however revolve around a whole new concept: eleven songs telling the story of a night spent with friends in a bar called The Neon Skyline. Introspection, sadness, friendship, love, anecdotes… there is certainly scope for the subject matter to be hackneyed, yet Shauf sculpts an intimate and perfect symphony. The surface level simplicity is swept away by the beauty of melodies and his unique way of speaking about separation, addiction and mistakes with smart compassion. A real craftsman’s work. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Neon Skyline
00:03:38

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

2
Where Are You Judy
00:03:21

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

3
Clove Cigarette
00:02:55

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

4
Thirteen Hours
00:02:58

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

5
Things I Do
00:02:27

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

6
Living Room
00:03:05

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

7
Dust Kids
00:02:40

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

8
The Moon
00:03:36

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

9
Try Again
00:03:48

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

10
Fire Truck
00:03:21

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

11
Changer
00:03:01

Rob Schnapf, Mixer - Andy Shauf, Producer, Arranger, Writer, MainArtist - Songs Of The Mothership (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti 2020 Andy Shauf, under exclusive license to Anti

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In 2016, Andy Shauf gave us The Party, a great work of shimmering intimate pop. That third opus from the timid Canadian was touching and precise, and notably brought fans of the late Elliott Smith some astounding and meticulous melodies, like Harry Nilsson, Dean Friedman and Paul Simon were prone to doing in the 1970s. Four years later, the songwriter does not appear to have left the cosy confines of that boudoir, this time with added folk guitars. The timeless and classic atmosphere of The Neon Skyline does however revolve around a whole new concept: eleven songs telling the story of a night spent with friends in a bar called The Neon Skyline. Introspection, sadness, friendship, love, anecdotes… there is certainly scope for the subject matter to be hackneyed, yet Shauf sculpts an intimate and perfect symphony. The surface level simplicity is swept away by the beauty of melodies and his unique way of speaking about separation, addiction and mistakes with smart compassion. A real craftsman’s work. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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