Tim Presley - The Wink mp3 album
The Wink by Tim Presley, released 16 September 2016 1. O'Guardian A 2. The Wink 3. Can You Blame 4. Solitude Cola 5. Goldfish Wheelchair 6. Long Bow 7. Morris 8. ER 9. Underwater Rain 10. Kerouac 11. Clue 12. Aura Aura The pop pusher of this teenage century has slipped from behind the (White) Fence to claim his name. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of The Wink via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days.
Tim Presley is an American musician, singer and songwriter. Presley began his career playing with the hardcore punk bands Model American and The Nerve Agents. In 2004, Presley founded the psychedelic rock band Darker My Love. In 2006 he joined The Fall, playing on the LP Reformation Post TLC, and was an occasional guest musician on the band's later albums. Since 2010, Presley has released music under the name White Fence.
By: Tim Presley (2016, Rock). 1. O’ Guardian A. 2. The Wink.
Hence, his experimental electronics project w-x and the weird duo album made with fellow traveler Cate Le Bon under the name DRINKS. Working with Le Bon proved so easy and worthwhile that Presley chose to have her produce and arrange the first album he released under his own name, 2016's The WiNK. On it, Presley strays pretty far from his established warped garage sound, and instead sticks close to the off-kilter sound the pair conjured up on the DRINKS album, Hermits on Holiday. Or maybe closer to the point, like a Cate Le Bon album with Presley singing and both of them playing guitar.
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Tim Presley's solo debut reteams him with producer Cate Le Bon for a stark, ess odyssey. The Wink is a high-wire act that may find more fans among, say, free jazz listeners than conventional rock lovers. But even if the scratchy destination lacks home comforts, the journey is its own thrill. In DRINKS, Le Bon and Presley tore up the rules; on The Wink, they set about rewriting them to their own addictive whims.
Tim Presley's most innovative phase was during White Fence, his one-man band in his home studio. Perhaps named after one of his adopted city's oldest street gangs, White Fence packed many influences, like the slide guitar reveries of George Harrison, the odd lyrical ditties of Syd Barrett, the frenzied DIY attitude of earliest Pavement, and the fun of garage rock crammed into sly solos. Then, Presley met Welsh musician Cate Le Bon. The two joined as DRINKS to release Hermits on Holiday two years ago, which has lead to her producing and playing guitar on The WiNK. Faced with a drastic departure from Presley's complex arrangements for so long, those turning to The WiNK will enter an album far less rock-oriented than before. Instead, we hear the intimacy of fumbling, playful, and willfully wispy songs, conceived and born into disconcerting half-lives in the bedroom.