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David Bazan

Dark Sacred Night

Suicide Squeeze

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It’s intrinsically difficult to review a holiday album given that it’s intended to be listened to for only two months per year. The provenance for David Bazan‘s began in 2002, while he was still recording as Pedro the Lion. He acceded in his trademark crepuscular timbre, and Suicide Squeeze has now compiled 10 of the 14 tracks released piecemeal over the years. This isn’t a party album, but rather a microcosmic, and downright fascinating take on the complexity of Bazan’s frequently examined relationship with religion. (www.davidbazan.com)

Author rating: 7.5/10

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