Matthew A. Wilkinson – Post-Namers

Matthew A. Wilkinson returns with the follow up to the sonic trip that was Namers. Post-Namers is a flight both farther and further into that realm of euphoric song experimentation. At times more electronic than it’s predecessor, Post-Namers maintains that same sense of space that gave the Namers such an auto-spatial experience. ‘Skyscrapers in Paris’ immediately strikes me as a song intent on being broken and put back together. It is reminiscent of some kind of Hunter S. Thompson journey into feral despair (or euphoria?) that is immediately squelched by the eerie peacefulness of ‘Well-Laid Plans’. I think I can declare without the slightest shade of doubt that Matthew A. Wilkinson is one of the most interesting song experimenters operating in this broad land at this time. Feast:


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