Across Our Wide Misery

by Nevada Greene

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Recorded and mixed by Ben Chlapek and Nevada Greene July-August 2013.
Mastered by Wil Reeves at Centro Cellar Studio in Columbia, MO.

"daydreaming subverts the world"

Review Via WeedTemple:
The four piece instrumental band Nevada Greene provides perfect daydreaming background music with their ambient soaked guitar compositions that may either become some of the best studying music for some people or the source of a major zone-out for others. Either way, you should check this out, because there’s some real beauty hidden in the simlicity of the tracks. And since the best things happen to those who wait, there’s a heavenly violin making a presence in the last track. Recommended!

Review Via Tome to the Weather Machine:
Besides the stripper sounding name, Nevada Greene plays some excellent, excellent open-tuned guitar work. Nevada Greene basically operate as an acoustic Kevin Costner Suicide Pact. Four guitarists swooping in and out of each other's sonic space, creating some heavy drone-based ambience beneath the spiralling and ascending lead guitar lines. Gorgeous violins and synth lines spill out sporadically over a delicately picked passage reminiscent of Peter Walker's transcendental Rainy Day Ragas. There are some truly unexpected pleasures that here that make the world seem like a livable and begrudingly beautiful place. This record was (and will continue to be) my immediate go to during intense finals studying or paper writing. Pick this up on tape through Dismal Niche.

Tapes available from Dismal Niche Tapes. email


released 01 October 2013



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