Matt 'MV' Valentine: "PK Dick"

Matt Valentine, known primarily for his urban-turned-rural folk of the '90s with Tower Recordings through the 2000s with MV & EE. The man is violently proficient in all of his endeavors but never to the point of redundancy. His newest effort for Woodsist, What I Became, was recorded at the oft-used and positively abused "Maximum Arousal Farm" home studio. I would be remiss as a writer if I did not mention the striking resemblance between MV's "PK Dick" and George Harrison's stasis of hill-country and Indian classical music, most recently explored by Julian Lynch. "PK Dick" is a slow burner, but is as genuine and distinct as songs come these days. --Ryan Ellis, Weekly Tape Deck

Matt "MV" Valentine: "PK Dick"

What I Became will be available in LP format on June 14th through Woodsist

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Posted by weeklytapedeck on 04/29/2011 at 10 a.m..

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