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Waking Hours, by NYC artist Photay (a.k.a. Evan Shornstein), is a meditation on time and, more specifically, our obsessive need to fill every moment with activity. Photays search for calm is at the very core of Waking Hours, and while he admits that making the album was therapeutic, it shouldnt be mistaken for some sort of healing ambient excursion. The LP is largely electronic, but frequently verges on pop and extensively features Shornsteins own vocals. The music is intimate and inviting, but it also suggest that Photay is perhaps at his best when hes blurring genre boundaries.

Vinyl packaging includes a download card.

Waking Hours, by NYC artist Photay (a.k.a. Evan Shornstein), is a meditation on time and, more specifically, our obsessive need to fill every moment with activity. Photays search for calm is at the very core of Waking Hours, and while he admits that making the album was therapeutic, it shouldnt be mistaken for some sort of healing ambient excursion. The LP is largely electronic, but frequently verges on pop and extensively features Shornsteins own vocals. The music is intimate and inviting, but it also suggest that Photay is perhaps at his best when hes blurring genre boundaries.

Vinyl packaging includes a download card.

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Waking Hours [LP]
Artist: Photay
Format: Vinyl
New: Available--will ship direct from our distributor $28.98
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Waking Hours, by NYC artist Photay (a.k.a. Evan Shornstein), is a meditation on time and, more specifically, our obsessive need to fill every moment with activity. Photays search for calm is at the very core of Waking Hours, and while he admits that making the album was therapeutic, it shouldnt be mistaken for some sort of healing ambient excursion. The LP is largely electronic, but frequently verges on pop and extensively features Shornsteins own vocals. The music is intimate and inviting, but it also suggest that Photay is perhaps at his best when hes blurring genre boundaries.

Vinyl packaging includes a download card.

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