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Preacher's Sigh & Potion: Lost Album by Matthew Dear

Matthew Dear

Preacher's Sigh & Potion: Lost Album

Release Date: Jun 25, 2021

Genre(s): Electronic, Techno, Club/Dance, Indie Electronic, Minimal Techno

Record label: Ghostly International


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Album Review: Preacher's Sigh & Potion: Lost Album by Matthew Dear

Very Good, Based on 2 Critics

Under The Radar - 75
Based on rating 7.5/10

Turns out the mainstay electronic producer and musician Matthew Dear always had something of an alternate history up his sleeve. Preacher's Sigh & Potion: The Lost Album captures Dear in 2008 and 2009, when he was working on guitar-centric tunes as he alternated between Detroit and his home state of Texas. Over a decade later, Dear has finally released the project, which blends his established techno skills with his creative takes on space rock, alt-country, and acoustic ballads alike.

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musicOMH.com - 60
Based on rating 3

Between Kraftwerk's austere approach, where a song either makes the record or is deleted, and Underworld's 5CD reissues for a single album, there lies a vast swathe of artists with scattered bits of material in the vaults, some of which is more beloved by them than the music for public consumption. With Preacher's Sigh & Potion: Lost Album Matthew Dear has decided to release a collection of tunes from 12-13 years ago, focusing on rootsy grooves and simple yet charming song ideas. Muscle Beach starts as the record means to go on, a twangy guitar loop accompanying Dear's gravelly tones in military cadence.

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