Into It. Over It.
Intersections
Sep 24, 2013

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Released by: Triple Crown Records

If Proper established them as a band with a strong first record, Intersections established Into It. Over It. as a band I can rely on to have good releases from now on. When it came out, I listened to it at least once a day for several months. Seriously. - Eric

Second proper full-length from Into It. Over It. (the solo project of Their / They're / There's Evan Weiss).

"The result is just familiar enough to be referential without becoming derivative—Weiss’ deft, rambling fingerpicked patterns bear a strong influence of Mike Kinsella’s Owen, though IIOI is far more melodic and compact. In his softer vocal register, there’s a boyish and bookish cloaking of mean-spirited sentiments that recalls Ben Gibbard. You’re not gonna mistake Intersections for Deck’s work with Califone or Modest Mouse, though you can hear his influence in how it sounds more rustic and more electronic than Proper—the clacking percussion, ringing guitars and looped vocals in “Contractual Obligations” and “A Curse Worth Believing” stand out as Weiss’ most complex studio productions by a good margin."

-- Ian Cohen, PItchfork [7.1]

Songs

  • 1
    New North-Side Air (3:12)
  • 2
    Spinning Thread (3:11)
  • 3
    A Curse Worth Believing (4:42)
  • 4
    Spatial Exploration (3:15)
  • 5
    Favor & Fiction (2:31)
  • 6
    The Shaking of Leaves (3:27)
  • 7
    Upstate Blues (4:27)
  • 8
    No Amount of Sound (3:37)
  • 9
    A Pair of Matching Taxi Rides (3:59)
  • 10
    Obsessive Compulsive Distraction (3:33)
  • 11
    Your Antique Organ (2:51)
  • 12
    Contractual Obligation (6:50)

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