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“Little Landslide” is mostly strummy and acoustic, while “Kept Secrets” admits only the barest trace of synthesizer whoosh and hum amid its songwriter-y revelations. The songs on Blanco first appeared on Bazan’s monthly 7” series, so it seems clear that using synthesizers was one way of differentiating them from their original versions.
Jun 08, · Posted on Jun 8, | 0 comments David Bazan Blanco Barsuk Records  Fire Note Says: Bazan returns to synths and drum machines, but retains his songwriting chops. Album Review: David Bazan fans have come to expect upheaval when it comes his musical output. The longtime singer, guitarist and songwriter for Pedro the Lion—favorite emo-inflected indie rock band of .
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Jun 23, · The project was released via 7” inch vinyl and digital downloads, but didn’t reach Bazan’s full audience. Instead of just letting the songs linger in relative obscurity, he compiled 10 of his favorite tracks to be the next LP. Hence Blanco was born. Blanco ’s tone becomes crystal clear from the opening notes on “Both Hands.”.