Dusted is the new project by Brian Borcherdt (Holy Fuck), taking his music creation in a totally different direction. “Property Lines” is the second track to be released from the band’s debut album, Total Dust, and it stands apart from other songs on the album in that it’s louder and more encompassing than most off the LP.
What you find on Total Dust is a blend of reverb-drenched hyper-lo-fi meets minimalist pop-rock. You get a sense of the lo-fi traits on the first track released from the album, “(Into The) Atmosphere”. (The song has an uncanny resemblance in vocal pattern to “Cecilia” by Simon & Garfunkel.)
“Property Lines”, on the other hand, takes a more produced stance. The song maintains the lo-fi fuzz, but in a more refined, focused manner. It is, in essence, the album’s pinnacle.
Total Dust hits as limited-edition (500 copies) maroon-colored vinyl, CD and mp3 file formats. Check out both tracks below and keep an eye our for the LP on Polyvinyl Records.