The first solo album from the man behind scores for such films as The Virgin Suicides, Lost in Translation, and Marie Antoinette, Brian Reitzell’s Auto Music plays much like a soundtrack in and of itself. Only nine tracks long, the album still rings in at 55 minutes, with some songs playing as long as nine minutes. Swirling, synth-y, ever-so-slightly 1980s, and completely devoid of vocals, Auto Music provides delicious and thoughtful background music. Light a candle, draw a bubble bath, and hit the peace pipe — you’re in for some serious contemplation.
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