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SKaiser writesOverlooked Albums of 2014: Morgan Delt

Morgan Delt | Morgan Delt | Trouble In Mind Records

"I think we've become unstuck in time and everything is going to move all at once from now on," Morgan Delt said of his approach to music. Do you hear a transcendence through the decades by way of 1960's production trickery, or simply a map to our roots? It may be only the reflection we deduce from experience. Regardless, Morgan Delt's debut self-titled album landed #7 on Norman Records Top 50 Albums of 2014. The album's flow of low percussion tones, intense bass, layered with colorful drums and Delt's wispy lyrics inspires one to grab a crown of flowers, or at least a tambourine. You may've already picked up Morgan Delt's cassette-only release, Psychic Death Hole, in December 2012. Careful: the 2014 album offers five additional songs to get lost in. These 11 tracks will add up to 32:45 you may need to repeat. Then repeat again. If we all thoroughly digested this album, then came together for a healthy discussion, there would be just as many opinions on its meaning. Which is all good, since that's just the way Mr. Delt wants it.

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