10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third album by Saskatchewan's Andy Shauf sets after-hours stories to a doleful ‘60s songwriter vibe. Shauf plays the wallflower at his titular party, watching the guests' movements: “The Magician” whose tricks fail, the girl dancing on her own on “Eyes of Them All”. He has an acute eye for uneasy social interactions, and captures them beautifully with off-kilter takes on classic ‘60s pop: the loose guitar on “The Worst in You”, and kitschy horns on “Quite Like You”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third album by Saskatchewan's Andy Shauf sets after-hours stories to a doleful ‘60s songwriter vibe. Shauf plays the wallflower at his titular party, watching the guests' movements: “The Magician” whose tricks fail, the girl dancing on her own on “Eyes of Them All”. He has an acute eye for uneasy social interactions, and captures them beautifully with off-kilter takes on classic ‘60s pop: the loose guitar on “The Worst in You”, and kitschy horns on “Quite Like You”.

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