The ambient compositions of Keeskea (case-kay-ah) exist between worlds. Both electronic and naturalistic, ghostly and melodic, rhythmic and adrift, the Adelaide artist's self-produced 5 track debut "Find Yourself Alone" is both placid and filled with lyrical unease. A suite of gentle compositions whose odd, surreal beauty cannot be underestimated.
With a unique gift for making sense of what’s tangled, 21 year old Vanessa Marousopoulos unwinds sensitive emotions to their threadbare state with her vintage Harmony Alden H45 Stratotone and whisper-close vocals, couching them in gentle electronic production, but leaving more than enough space for reflection and reconnection.
Perhaps what is most striking about Find Yourself Alone is that its sense of space and emotion is bottomless.
released August 23, 2019
Vanessa Marousopoulos sung, played guitar, piano, glockenspiel, zither and (some) violin plucks. Olivia Bolin sung, played violin and glockenspiel / all songs written and produced by Vanessa Marousopoulos / assisted by James See, Yanto Browning, Lili Murtagh, Demetry Malahoff, Hollie Harrison, Amber Ramsay and Monica Sottile / all songs except Forfeit mixed by Vanessa Marousopoulos / Forfeit mixed by Demetry Malahoff / all songs mastered by Matthew Agoglia / photograph by Bronte Godden / cover artwork by Charlotte Ager / postcards by Ellie Doolan / layout by Vanessa Marousopoulos / special thanks to Olivia Bolin, Tom Majerczak, Carl Burnett, Erin McCartney, Aimee Burnett, Jonathan McCallum, Ellie Doolan, Tania Min and Abraham Tilbury
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A Partner to Lean On is easily one of my top three favorite albums of all time. I heard it for the first time about 5 months ago and have essentially had it on repeat ever since. I've been basically unable to listen to anything else in that time because nothing lives up to this. Ian Whitlock