I’ve had Imposible Spaces, the first sign of new Sandro Perri since the release of 2007’s Tiny Mirrors, in the deck for weeks now. Yes, it has proved worth the wait. The album, which hits shelves tomorrow (via Constellation Records), kicks off with “Changes,” a seven and half minute slow-build traipse through Perri’s record collection sounding like a long lost Arthur Russell nugget. High praise indeed.

MP3: Sandro Perri :: Changes

5 Responses to “Sandro Perri :: Impossible Spaces”

  1. Man, Constellation’s been killing it this year.

  2. nice

  3. […] Sandro Perri’s Impossible Spaces drops today and if anything is going to make you want to run out and buy his album, it’s this mesmerizing opener. The Toronto artist has now had a 10 year career with unfortunately limited output. “Changes” begins his latest release with an intimate, 7 minute builder that surrounds Perri’s voice with several instruments and effects that smoothly fade in and out. When the guitar strikes and signals the chorus to roll through, it becomes one of the most refreshing sounds your ears have heard all year. Eventually, the music takes over and the song transforms into a funky yet peaceful exchange of instrumentation. “Changes” is truly a thing of beauty. [via Aquarium Drunkard] […]

  4. this is incredible .. thanks!

  5. i just found out you can stream the entire album :: IMPOSSIBLE SPACES :: here..

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