- Performer The Knit Separates
- Title The Memory Relaxer E.P.
- Date of release 1997
- Style Lo-Fi, Power Pop
- Other formats ADX AC3 VOX DXD MP2 WAV AIFF
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1157 mb
- Size FLAC 1735 mb
- Rating: 4.1
- Votes: 734
Relaxer (stylised as RELAXER) is the third studio album by English indie rock band alt-J, released on 2 June 2017 by Infectious Music and the Canvasback Music division of Atlantic Records. It was originally scheduled to be released on 9 June 2017 but the band later decided to release it a week earlier. The band recorded Relaxer in London with producer Charlie Andrew, who also produced alt-J's first two albums
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Swords, Then Diamonds via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 4 days. The Knit Separates San Francisco, California. avant/folk/pop band from San Francisco that existed sporadically between 1996-2001 based around singer Jason Honea & guitarist Glenn Donaldson.
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The Knit Separates were formed in 1996 around the duo of Jason Honea (formerly of hardcore band Social Unrest) and Glenn Donaldson (later Jewelled Antler co-founder and member of Skygreen Leopards, Thuja et. The idea behind the band was to create damaged pop music based around their love of the Television Personalities, The LEGEND!, The Fall, The Ronettes, 70's Am radio, Sarah Records, The Jacobites and more.
The same could be said about Alt-J's two previous albums as well, but Relaxer is a thornier beast than either of them, carefully concealing its myriad barbs beneath bucolic washes of meticulously forged comeliness. Bookended by what are for all intents and purposes a pair of augmented English folk ballads, the first ("3WW") a patient, swoon-worthy pagan love song, and the second ("Pleader") an impossibly lush, choir-led anthem/hymn inspired by mining in 19th century Wales, Relaxer is aptly named, as between those two cuts
This all-over-the-map approach makes Relaxer a bit dizzying and tough to digest at first, and yet you'll be immediately captivated and intrigued by its distinctive mix. And once you give it a few more listens, many of its varied songs will worm their way into your ears as some of this summer's best indie rock offerings.
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