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Isidore review from Rolling Stone (3 stars) Print E-mail
Monday, 25 October 2004
Originally published at http://www.rollingstone.com/reviews/album/_/id/6588728/isidore?pageid=rs.Artistcage&pageregion=triple1 under rollingstone.com/isidore
Isidore is the story of two strangers in the night exchanging work tapes. Guitarist Jeffrey Cain of Remy Zero passed along an instrumental demo to the Church's guitarist Marty Wilson-Piper as a thank-you to its chief singer-songwriter Steve Kilbey for "years of inspiration." Impressed, Kilbey added words, booked a studio and completed the hypnotic "Transmigration." Their schedules never meshing, the duo continued working in separate studios, creating an entire album of lush, dreamscapes less anthemic than Remy Zero and of greater ambience than the Church. Their affinity for deep wells of reverb and modest sonic explosions via airy keyboards and heavily manipulated guitars supply tracks such as "The Memory Cloud" and "Musidora" with heightened drama, while exploring the rich lyricism that elevated the Church to more than just another band with a catchy melody.

ROB O'CONNOR
(Posted Oct 25, 2004)
Last Updated ( Thursday, 06 January 2005 )
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