How to Keep from Falling off a Mountain

by Slowness

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Michael Reilly
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Michael Reilly This absorbing album begins and ends with highlights: firstly, the spirited indie pop of 'Mountain', and then the magnificent four-part journey of 'Anon' – an extended sequence of dreamy, emotional music of such scope and beauty that it's fully deserving of high praise. Favorite track: Anon, part III.
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Agent K(ahunasan) A lot of people will split hairs over Dream Pop and Post Punk leanings and influences in classifying Slowness' music.
See "Division" for your own reference points.
Geoffrey Scott & Julie Lynn's vocals blend together to create one smooth blissful soundscape.
Judging from the BC supporters this clearly appeals to all genres.
The Trax on this release are more extended instrumentally.
This SF Band just keeps getting better! Favorite track: Division.
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How to Keep from Falling off a Mountain


released June 3, 2014

Songs by Julie Lynn and Geoffrey Scott
Produced by Monte Vallier and SLOWNESS
Engineered by Daniel Scheiman and David Voigt
Mastered by Kramer



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Slowness San Francisco, California

​SLOWNESS was formed in 2010 in SF by Julie Lynn and Geoffrey Scott. The debut EP "Hopeless but Otherwise" was produced by Monte Vallier (Weekend, The Soft Moon, Wax Idols). The LPs "For Those Who Wish to See the Glass Half Full" and "How to Keep from Falling off a Mountain" were released on Blue Aurora Audio and were supported by tours in America and Europe. A new record is due in late 2016. ... more

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Track Name: Mountain
How to keep from falling off a mountain.
Track Name: Division
You debate with vehemence, offering a drag.
Track Name: Illuminate
Some like violet and purple, lavender mountain meadow, amber, grey cerulean, lion, liver, lust and pink.
Track Name: Anon, part I
Know it all, have you honed your sharped-tongue groove?
Track Name: Anon, part II
Wish more knowledge in vain.
Track Name: Anon, part IV
Even your all anon.