Eli Winter understood exactly where he belonged. Entranced by Steve Gunn’s Tiny Desk Concert and Jack Rose’s Kensington Blues as a Houston teenager, Winter once wrote to the great North Carolina psych/folk/noise label Three Lobed Recordings to inquire about working together on a record someday. Upon graduating from high school he enrolled at the University of Chicago, placing him in a city where his chosen discipline of American primitive fingerstyle guitar has intersected with other styles in stirring and fascinating ways. That city’s history — and some of the many talented players it has produced — comes to bear on Winter’s new self-titled album, his third overall and first for Three Lobed. In a sense it is the culmination of his masterplan, even as it sounds like multiple exciting futures opening up before him.
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