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Geographer “Animal Shapes EP” with Bonus Remixes

$3.00$15.00

FREE Instant Mp3 Download of Album with Physical CD Purchase

Includes Bonus Remixes
(Also available as separate download)
1. Kites Remix by Limousines
2. Paris Remix by Wallpaper.

Format: Audio CD / Digital Download / Remix Download
Original Release Date:
3/2010
Re-Release w/ Remixes Release Date: 8/17/2010
Catalog: Tricycle018

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Track Listing

1. Original Sin
2. Kites
3. Verona
4. Paris
5. Heaven Waits
6. Night Winds

 

Includes Bonus Remixes:
1. Kites Remix by Limousines
2. Paris Remix by Wallpaper.

“Playful electronic blips and beeps guide vocalist Mike Deni as he delicately jumps through a lullaby world before encountering a thunderstorm of drums and synthesizers. You’ll want to play this one over and over.” – Jason Jergens, 7X7

 

‘Geographer is the next ‘ need to know’ SF band. Synth-y, orchestral, moody and melodic, they make a beautiful cocktail of music. The recipe? Take two parts Grizzly Bear and one part New Order, mix well and you’ve got yourself a heady concoction of sound perfect for after hour, late night sessions of…whatever.” –The OCMD

 

“Deni’s voice, soothing and versatile, might remind some rock audiences of Radiohead’s Thom Yorke on muscle relaxers…a celestial experience from start to finish.” –Lumino Magazine

 

“Tailor-made for your own personal late-night dance party” –SPIN Magazine

 

“Rarely do we find a song so compelling and so masterfully done that our world briefly revolves around one track as if our minds were put under a crazed spell; It’s really that good.” –Music Under Fire

 

“If you’ve ever listened to Passion Pit and wished that instead of the helium-induced falsetto at the forefront that some honey-dripped crooner (think Jens Lekman or Owen Pallett) would usurp the vocal duties, then meet Geographer.” –Self-Titled Mag

 

“I need a restraining order because this song (Kites) is stalking me hard.” –Kick Kick Snare

 

“Layers of bubbling synths and winding guitars and cellos, and Mike Deni’s haunting vocals ride above the electro-acoustic fracas wonderfully. Simply stunning.” –KQED Mix Tape

 

“I can’t help feeling uncomfortable with how much I love the song.” – All Things Go