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Vinyl LP pressing. Cavetown's major-label debut album. Sleepyhead was recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by Robin Skinner himself in the bedroom of his London apartment, the 11-song collection proved to the world why he's become not just a cornerstone of the bedroom pop community, but a torchbearer for the next generation of his genre. By focusing less on the more imperceptible aspects of his productions, Skinner's distilled his energy on Sleepyhead into what really moves fans: the songs themselves, occasionally lighthearted, largely poignant - but always authentically him. The album is awash in ambient indie-rock nuance, creaking acoustic guitars and Skinner's poetic lyricism, all steadied by his tranquil melodies and reassuring timbre.
Vinyl LP pressing. Cavetown's major-label debut album. Sleepyhead was recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by Robin Skinner himself in the bedroom of his London apartment, the 11-song collection proved to the world why he's become not just a cornerstone of the bedroom pop community, but a torchbearer for the next generation of his genre. By focusing less on the more imperceptible aspects of his productions, Skinner's distilled his energy on Sleepyhead into what really moves fans: the songs themselves, occasionally lighthearted, largely poignant - but always authentically him. The album is awash in ambient indie-rock nuance, creaking acoustic guitars and Skinner's poetic lyricism, all steadied by his tranquil melodies and reassuring timbre.
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Sleepyhead
Artist: Cavetown
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Cavetown's major-label debut album. Sleepyhead was recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by Robin Skinner himself in the bedroom of his London apartment, the 11-song collection proved to the world why he's become not just a cornerstone of the bedroom pop community, but a torchbearer for the next generation of his genre. By focusing less on the more imperceptible aspects of his productions, Skinner's distilled his energy on Sleepyhead into what really moves fans: the songs themselves, occasionally lighthearted, largely poignant - but always authentically him. The album is awash in ambient indie-rock nuance, creaking acoustic guitars and Skinner's poetic lyricism, all steadied by his tranquil melodies and reassuring timbre.
        
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