Scree – “Questions For The Moon”


Brooklyn Trio Scree offer up the first taste of their debut, Jasmine On A Night In July. The record taps into the post-rock roots of late ‘90s Chicago, feeling in line with the Tortise and Sea and Cake set, while exploring tributaries into jazz and lounge. The latter seems like an unspoken influence, but the band wears it proud, and the languid air that circulates the world of Scree becomes its signature. The band also digs into non-Western touchstones like Omar Khorshid, as well as some Lebanese music that’s inspired songwriter Ryan El-Solh. “Questions For The Moon” wafts in on damp air and dexterous phrasing, embodying the band’s shifting moods and evening countenance. The record is out March 10th from Ruination Record Co.

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