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SUSS is a new post-country, ambient Americana, boot-gazing, psychedelic band featuring Bob Holmes, Gary Leib, Jonathan Gregg, Pat Irwin and William Garrett.

Ghost Box

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: Wichita; Late Night Call; Big Sky; Rain; Laredo; Gunfighter; Canyonlands (Return to Wichita).

Ghost Box - Expanded

Label: Northern Spy Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Wichita; Late Night Call; Big Sky; Rain; Laredo; Gunfighter; Canyonlands (Return To Wichita); Steam; Salt; Laramie; After The Storm.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

SUSS: Ghost Box - Expanded

Read "Ghost Box - Expanded" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

The band SUSS first presented their “psychedelic ambient country instrumentals" on Ghost Box (Self Produced, 2018), a delightful and unexpected window into an eclectic ambient soundscape. That 35-minute session is expanded into nearly an hour here. The first seven tracks reproduce the original album in the original order. The group is a quintet whose ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

SUSS: Ghost Box

Read "Ghost Box" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

The members of the band SUSS describe the music on their album Ghost Box as “psychedelic ambient country instrumentals." Fair enough, but ambient music fans will certainly recognize the sound from the country-influenced tracks on ambient pioneer Brian Eno's Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks (E.G. Records, 1983)--featuring Daniel Lanois' pedal steel guitar playing--as well as Lanois albums ...


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