Windows '78

Album Title: The Window Seat
Release Date: April 11, 2006
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Genre: Rock
Vancouver's Windows '78 have got a chilling, distant sound, sort of like the Editors or Interpol with vocals provided by Pink Floyd's David Gilmour. None of the previous comparisons should come as a surprise when one takes the time to listen to the lyrics with which the four-piece layered their debut record. The band has got an admitted preoccupation with space and their music shows it. Not merely about lyrics and vocals, the musical arrangements on The Window Seat are experimental and well thought-out. Windows '78 isn't afraid to venture for extended periods without a voice to be heard, and it only helps to add to the gaping, airy feel they've created. Of course, the monotone vocals provided by Mark Rogers don't hinder either.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt


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