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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Track of the Day: Papercuts

Posted By on Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 9:19 AM

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Jason Quever's folksy pop project Papercuts dropped a new record recently, You Can Have What You Want, on Vetiver's Gnomonsong label. The album has similarities to Vetiver, in its gentle, laze about by the river vibe, but Quever also treads into narcotic dream pop territory like another  Bay Area favorite, Gris Gris. Quever's a local fixture in the nu-folk circuit, but he got some out of town help for this release, recording his sophomore album for Gnomonsong with Beach House's Alex Scally.

Papercuts are one of many recommended local bands playing Noise Pop (click here for a list of others). They hit the stage tonight opening for the Mountain Goats at the Swedish. That show has sold out, but regardless of whether you hold a pair of tickets, you can check out a new Papercuts tune here. Give "Future Primitive" a listen here.

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