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    Drink You Dry - Anna Burch
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    Summer Itch
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    Living Room Art - Anna Burch
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    Been Around
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minihorse's Ben Collins has lived an entire lifetime. From working alongside some of Michigan's most talented indie rockers to traveling the world as practical bodyguard to world-famous social humanoid robot Sophia, he's accrued a breadth of experience that most people dream of—all before his band minihorse released their first album, no less.
Living Room Art is equal parts dreamy and disturbing, nailing a softly psychedelic sound not unlike indie heroes Grandaddy and Olivia Tremor Control. The trio's sharp blend of crunchy guitars, wavering atmospherics, and Collins' cushion-soft vocals feels totally unique and revitalizing right now, creating a world as tactile and fascinating as Collins' life itself.
Recorded in Collins' home studio and Ann Arbor's Big Sky studio, and featuring guest contributions from Midwestern indie heroes ranging from Fred Thomas and Kelly Moran to Anna Burch, minihorse's gooey and tactile follow-up to 2016's Big Lack EP often takes on surreal shapes, from the overwhelming waves of guitar on "Summer Itch" to the careening melody of its title track. Drawing from mind-expanding ayahuasca trips and car accidents ("Drink You Dry") alike, Collins' perspective hovers over these songs — especially when they're directly connected to his past. The result mirrors to the experience of listening to Living Room Art as a whole: it's alluringly just out of reach, to the point where you can't help but hit "play" once more to unlock this record's strange pleasures.


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