Vert, the third album by Shadowy Lines (http://ShadowyLines.com), features a mixture of smooth and noisy ambient textures to provide the ideal (?) soundtrack to skateboarders' dreamlike visions of flying high above the coping in seamless hi-def slow motion.
- Will Vert make you a better skater? Highly unlikely.
- Will the album help you get over your fear of trying a 1080 stalefish to nose blunt? It's hard to say.
- Will it help you find Animal Chin? Entirely possible.
But if you like ambient music, even if you're not a skateboarder and you have no idea what any of the previous text means, you might like this album. One can hope.
Shadowy Lines is the all-ambient project of Los Angeles musician (and skateboarder and huge Tony Hawk fan) Nathan Stack, whose main music project is Autohypnosis (http://autohypnosis.net).
(c) & (p) 2015 Nathan Stack. All rights reserved.
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