The Renderers

A Dream Of The Sea

Tinsel Ears TELP001
  • LP : Gatefold Sleeve
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Amidst their stellar discography, The Renderers are best known for their album A Dream Of The Sea, released in the mid-nineties by Siltbreeze, and now issued for the first time ever on vinyl in a gatefold jacket on the band's own label. Various forces were at work - a revered label, increased attention towards New Zealand artists - but the greatest achievements were within the band itself. Maryrose and Brian Crook reached a new level of insight and honesty with their lyrics, forming a wave of insight and metaphor that is as forceful today as when first written. Songs draw from ghostly sea tales and personal demons, where the specters as much rise from the waters as emerge from within oneself. The forceful songs are propelled by tornados of guitar play, always rumbling and screeching underneath the singing. There's a connection to be heard between The Renderers and Dead Moon, both bands dedicated wholly to the music they create, a fact clear in every note they play. When Buzzfeed gets around to making a list for it, A Dream Of The Sea will inevitably be listed amongst the greatest New Zealand rock albums of all time.

The Renderers: A Dream Of The Sea

Low To The Ground The Renderers
Dream of The Sea The Renderers
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Transparent Black The Renderers
Right From Wrong The Renderers
Dark Continent The Renderers
Great Ships The Renderers
Broken Banks The Renderers
Dimmer Waters The Renderers
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