Split full length recording between Providence, RI's Meager Sunlight (featuring Jeremy Harris of Lazy Magnet and Daryl Seaver of Supernaturelle) and Florida's Skeleton Warrior. Electronic pop abounds, with Meager Sunlight crafting a highly refined witch's brew of catchy minimal techno and luscious vocals and Skeleton Warrior reaching for a proggy glampunk zenith through the asshole of a horny depressive robot. Clear vocals, hard-hitting and unique drum programming and sequencing, and a penchant for song craft are sealed and delivered with surreal sheen and literary flair. The recording quality is pristine, to boot, and Ryan Manson's slyly naughty artwork looks beautiful leaning against your entertainment console while the record spins into oblivion and takes you with it. 500 made, and co-released with Hot Releases, More Records and Roofless Records.
Here's what the nice folks over at Cassette Gods had to say: cassettegods.blogspot.com/2011/12/skeleton-warriormeager-sunlight-seasons.html
released 01 January 2011