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Stream Wharfer’s Ghostly, Lo-Fi Folk Album ‘The Rattling’

Brooklyn songwriter's latest self-released LP arrives August 27

picture-18547-1390524318Kyle McGovern // August 19, 2013

Earlier this month, Wharfer (a.k.a. singer-songwriter Kyle Wall) shared “Architect,” an overcast, lo-fi folk gem slated for The Rattling, the tunesmith’s upcoming album. Due out digitally on August 27, The Rattling was recorded in the Brooklyn-based artist’s bedroom, bathroom, and backyard — a no-frills, self-made passion project through and through. Now, following “Architect” and the gently strummed “The Western Swing,” the Scranton native has made the entire 10-track collection available exclusively here at SPIN. Marvel at Wharfer’s haunted, carved-out constructions below.