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Hey you there, do you love Jeffrey Lewis? Do you love Peter Stampfel? Are you intrigued by the notion of music that has spent so many years secretly soaking in laughter and joy that it is downright psychedelic to look upon? Both Ways is the culmination of a decade's friendship and mutual inspiration, a behemoth of a double album, spectacular, unique. It is a signpost for drifting souls. Listen, laugh, wonder, delight, be made new. And play Orgone Accumulator fucking LOUD. Grain Sparrow
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always rhyme is such an awesome song, made me buy the whole project. as a fellow lyricist, I found that track especially relatable and touching.
saw HS perform last weekend in Brooklyn with my friend Eli Black as the opening act. bought a cassette and album that night. it feels great to support a dope artist like Boy Sand, peace salmonthecardoor
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I love Lovecraft in Brooklyn, and this version captures the energy of the Mountain Goats in concert as well as any recording I've heard. My absolute favorite, but the live version of See America Right is a close second. Bangers, the both of 'em. theoysterking