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Ohio [[DARYL]] [CD] [1 disc]


  • 1. Happy Accidents
    2. Right Now I Could Be a Ghost
    3. Make Up
    4. You Were Way Too Young
    5. Leak in the Media
    6. Rooms 31 & 30
    7. Natasha W.
    8. Ohio
    9. Just Because the Lake Was Frozen Over
    10. Uneven Surfaces
    11. Serious
    12. John McClain
    13. Hours Take Too Long
    14. Crash That Took Me, The
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 48

  • Credits
    ProducerStuart Sikes; Dylan Silvers; Brian MacDonald; Matthew Barnhart; Stuart Sikes; Brian MacDonald; Matt Barnhart
    EngineerStuart Sikes; Brian MacDonald; Matthew Barnhart

    [DARYL]: Dylan Silvers (vocals, guitar, organ); Beau Wagener, Justen Andrews (vocals); Dave Christensen (guitar); Josh McKibben (trumpet); Scott Danbom (piano); Jeff Parker (bass guitar); Mike Lamm (drums); David Hayes.
    Audio Mixer: Stuart Sikes.
    Recording information: DPL, Dallas, TX; Last Beat Studios, Dallas, TX; The Echo Lab, Argyle, TX; TWU, Denton, TX.
    Photographer: Allison Smith.
    With its fourth album, Ohio, the Dallas-based sextet known as [DARYL] delivers a vital 14-song cycle that is as gripping as it is well-crafted. Topically structured around frontman Dylan Silvers' formative years living in the Buckeye State, the set bows with the bright, melodic indie rocker "Happy Accidents," but never loses steam as the group steps out of its new wave redux shell of yore. Winning anthems ("Make Up") rest alongside arresting, pensive songcraft ("Right Now I Could Be a Ghost") and bouncy, Plimsouls-like numbers ("You Were Way Too Young"), resulting in an album that sustains interest and holds up with each successive listen. If the title track is the beautifully structured centerpiece, better still is the adjacent "Just Because the Lake Was Frozen Over" -- a heartfelt, emotive creation. It's worth noting that the disc was recorded, produced, and mixed with White Stripes and Modest Mouse vet Stuart Sikes -- not to mention the fact that Cursive's Tim Kasher and members of the Old 97's and Polyphonic Spree help out. But the most important message one can convey about the engrossing Ohio is that it is a must-have for any self-respecting indie rock loyalist. ~ John D. Luerssen

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