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Arthur King Presents Jason Lytle: NYLONANDJUNO

by Jason Lytle

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Q-Burns Abstract Message “Hitch Your Wagon To A Falling Star" does sound like a star falling from the sky — the Juno providing the inky night and the echoed guitar representing slow-motion fireworks. It’s beautiful. And the climate is subdued throughout the album, with the synthesizer and guitar trading the foreground on different tracks. I now strongly regret selling my Junos all those years ago. ( Favorite track: Hitch Your Wagon To A Falling Star.
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Dollarstore Keyboard This record is incredibly effective in it's simplicity. It stirs all kinds of feelings throughout and builds in a very powerful way. This is the most beautiful and emotional music i have heard in years.
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Part of the Arthur King collective and Dangerbird Records' "Arthur King Presents" album series.

Jason Lytle of Grandaddy's NYLONANDJUNO is an entirely instrumental album. Its radiant, mesmerizing sound is derived exclusively from one analog synthesizer and one nylon-string acoustic guitar.


released August 16, 2019

All music written, performed, and recorded by Jason Lytle
Mastered by Dave Cooley
Album artwork by John Schlue


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Arthur King is an experimental music and visual art collective seeking to engage the known and unknown inherent in creative expression. Based in Los Angeles, the group is comprised of a myriad of musicians, visual artists, and filmmakers that record albums, perform live music/visuals, create installations, and more. ... more

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