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Hessian Dust

by Kid Cornered

Angular guitars and soulful melodies that recall Australian/New Zealand fringe bands of the past.
Genre: Rock: Paisley Underground
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1. Rain Slows
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2. Vatican Blues
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3. A to Z
2:27 $0.99
4. Twelve Stops
3:18 $0.99
5. Fake Grass
2:39 $0.99
6. Caroline
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7. Neighbour's TV
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8. Zeroes and Ones
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9. Party
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10. Bricks
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11. Lab Mice
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Album Notes
Kid Cornered (The Woods Themselves, Browning, El Mopa, Via Tania)
Hessian Dust: Science Dreams
Kid Cornered has mastered the sad melody and off kilter guitar on this album. His collaboration with recording engineer Tim Kevin has created eleven songs that are some of Kid Cornered's best.
Kid Cornered struck the hessian and out flew the dust of a few strange years.
Alongside a new band, he departed from his home studio (The Ice Chest) and recorded his sixth album with Tim Kevin (La Huva, Hoolahan) steering the ship.
Eleven songs written over three weeks in summer, sifting through the dirt of his twenties and all that went with it. Inspired by Wim Wenders’ ‘Paris Texas’, Kid Cornered recalls a time when he thought he was becoming ‘Travis Henderson’.
Trading the desert for the city, Kid Cornered sings of a well-trodden path. Echoing Paris, Texas, Kid Cornered tells his own tale of the on again, off again truth and lies, early morning visits and late night forgettories.
This is a driving album – get in the car and head out of town. Angular guitars and soulful melodies that recall Australian/New Zealand fringe bands of the past. By the time you pull in to the motel, the album’s closer ‘lab mice’ will have you heading straight to the mini-bar.



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