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Clairvoyants
Your New Boundaries (Bad Man Recording Co.)

By: Alex Steininger

Every once in a while I hear a record that is slow, soft, and very pretty, the kind of record you can put on, and not even notice it for awhile. Then, all-of-a-sudden, you hear it and it hits you, as you automatically feel everything, and quickly scramble to remember what you're listening to. Once you do, you sink into the songs, allowing the tenderness to just set you at ease. Clairvoyants' Your New Boundaries is that type of an album, a record that has jazz and folk influences, shows its dark side, as well as its peaceful side. It lays it all on the line, and if you don't like it, it doesn't care. It is going to keep going no matter what. If you take it off your CD player, it will find another CD player to play on. It's mellow, pretty, and well written, with the right amount of raindrop-like acoustic guitar, faint instrumentation, and such a laid-back, easy-going nature to it, you feel right at home whenever you're listening to it. I'll give it an A.
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