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Music For Listening To Music To by La Sera

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Music For Listening To Music To

La Sera

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Album

Music For Listening To Music To

La Sera

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Label: Polyvinyl Records
Ryan Adams produced La Sera's fourth album, and the experience inspired the alt-rocker to join up with La Sera's Todd Wisenbaker for Adams' buzzy track-for-track cover of Taylor Swift's 1989. La Sera frontwoman (and ex-Vivian Girl) Katy Goodman is a looser, less hawkish songwriter than Swift, but it's easy to hear what got Adams thinking about transmuting lovesick pop into prickly rock. On Music For Listening to Music To, Goodman's sweet, languorous indie-pop melodies are swaddled in jangling, spidery Meat Is Murder-esque guitar ("Begins To Rain") and heartland chug ("I Need An Angel"), thickening the sound without draining its relaxed sunniness.

About This Album

Ryan Adams produced La Sera's fourth album, and the experience inspired the alt-rocker to join up with La Sera's Todd Wisenbaker for Adams' buzzy track-for-track cover of Taylor Swift's 1989. La Sera frontwoman (and ex-Vivian Girl) Katy Goodman is a looser, less hawkish songwriter than Swift, but it's easy to hear what got Adams thinking about transmuting lovesick pop into prickly rock. On Music For Listening to Music To, Goodman's sweet, languorous indie-pop melodies are swaddled in jangling, spidery Meat Is Murder-esque guitar ("Begins To Rain") and heartland chug ("I Need An Angel"), thickening the sound without draining its relaxed sunniness.

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About This Album

Ryan Adams produced La Sera's fourth album, and the experience inspired the alt-rocker to join up with La Sera's Todd Wisenbaker for Adams' buzzy track-for-track cover of Taylor Swift's 1989. La Sera frontwoman (and ex-Vivian Girl) Katy Goodman is a looser, less hawkish songwriter than Swift, but it's easy to hear what got Adams thinking about transmuting lovesick pop into prickly rock. On Music For Listening to Music To, Goodman's sweet, languorous indie-pop melodies are swaddled in jangling, spidery Meat Is Murder-esque guitar ("Begins To Rain") and heartland chug ("I Need An Angel"), thickening the sound without draining its relaxed sunniness.