Black Foliage: Animation Music Volume One Turns 20

For years I’ve been toying with two metaphors for Olivia Tremor Control’s beguiling, befuddling, bewildering album, Black Foliage: Animation Music Vol. 1. First, a garden: Its mix of brightly melodic, supremely catchy pop songs and unruly sonic experiments sounds like colorful flowers blooming in a bed overgrown with weeds, dead leaves, spider webs, suspicious mushrooms, … More »

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