Steve Gunn

The Unseen In Between


This album was released 30 weeks ago.

75% ±9% 14 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 New Moon
2 Vagabond
3 Chance
4 Stonehurst Cowboy
5 Luciano
6 New Familiar
7 Lightning Field
8 Morning Is Mended
9 Paranoid
Rating Source
75% 4WIM Rating
90% Soundblab That said, I hear plenty of Steve Wynn and Johnny Marr on his latest long player, The Unseen In Between.
85% The Line of Best Fit
83% Gaffa (Sweden) Intresset att utforska världens alla spirituella toner har resulterat i en fallenhet att våga gå vidare och se musiken mer som en tröst en som “bara rock’n’roll”, för att parafrasera några rullande stenar.
80% The Skinny Disparate subject matter is tackled with the same unjudgemental gaze across the breadth of The Unseen In Between.
80% The Firenote Now on his sophomore album for Matador, Gunn evolves his sound even farther as the production here is seamless and he delivers multiple disciplines that range from psych to folk to even some blues.
80% God is in the TV Country music dialled down to a subtle notch, Steve Gunn’s magically titled new release The Unseen in Between thoughtfully delivers a landscape of warm and dusty American road stories, woven from both personal experience and imagined.
80% No Ripcord By now, it's expected that Gunn's natural progression as a songwriter will go through gradual, incremental changes.
76% Paste Magazine Steve Gunn has a way of making the unremarkable remarkable and his latest album, The Unseen in Between, may be the greatest example.
75% Under the Radar Magazine Jan 16, 2019 Web Exclusive By Timothy Michalik Steve Gunn is indie rock's best kept secret.
75% The 405 The artist’s signing to Matador for previous album Eyes On The Lines certainly helped, but he hasn’t garnered the same audience as the majority of their other recent acquisitions.
70% Loud & Quiet By wiping away its thick coat of dust, ‘The Unseen In Between’ is most stimulating during its rigidly structured solos and crescendos.
60% DIY Magazine With the majority of tracks clocking in at around five minutes, a major feature of Steve Gunn’s fourth album is its enduringly gentle pace.
60% The Guardian
60% Irish Times