New Canadiana :: Mark Alexander McIntyre – Situs Inversus Totalis
Mark Alexander McIntyre
Situs Inversus Totalis
From the seductive text of Joni Sadler:
After playing in numerous Ottawa bands over the past decade, Mark Alexander McIntyre has finally gone and released a solo record. As it turns out, Situs Inversus Totalis was worth the wait: McIntyre’s slow-burn acid folk possesses a unique and eerie sense of timelessness that is rare in so much of the music being produced today. Waves of queasy feedback stand in nice contrast to simple acoustic guitar and sparse vocals, and the whole record – right down to its plain cardboard sleeve and Xeroxed liner notes – remains nicely minimal in style. Ultimately, McIntyre channels the influences of sonic bros like Greg Ashley and Sir Richard Bishop through a haze of druggy sadness so damn well that all we’re left wondering is why it took him so bloody long to make a solo album in the first place.
[audio:http://weirdcanada.com/binary/Weird_Canada-Mark_Alexander-My_April.mp3|titles=Mark Alexander McIntyre – My April] Mark Alexander McIntyre – My April
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