With lascivious, lo-fi grace...
Dan Sartain - Dan Sartain: Lives

Always one to do what he likes and not give a goddamn motherfuck about anyone else, Birmingham, Alabama’s Dan Sartain hasn’t released an album since 2006. Luckily, not much has changed. These songs may sound better produced than his earlier ones, but the intent hasn’t changed. ‘Atheist Funeral’ denies the existence of God with a spritely bounce, while ‘Voodoo’’s scuzzy guitars summon up the spirits of the South with raw aplomb.

‘Walk Among The Cobras IV’ extends his continuing narrative with (figurative) serpents, while the emotionally and sexually assertive ‘Touch Me’ ends this idiosyncratic, iconoclastic album with lascivious, lo-fi grace.


Words by Mischa Pearlman

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