With his band Here We Go Magic, solo project Art Feynman, and eponymous work, Luke Temple has explored a universe of experimental folk-pop for over a decade. His latest album, Both-And, finds the songwriter dealing with the passage of time, inspired by the Buddhist concept of non-permanence and the landscapes of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley and California's West Marin. Songs move with unpredictability and weightlessness, pausing in moments of bliss and wonder. "Temple's almost riddle-esque lyrics are further emphasized by dreamlike, surreal instrumentation—hazily changing and fleeting like time itself," says Consequence of Sound. The collection sees release on Native Cat Recordings.Coverage on music sites Official website
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