April 23, 2009 The title of The Rest's recent sophomore album, Everyone All at Once, suggests a sonic overload, but each track contains plenty of breathing room without sacrificing the lush textures of a large ensemble. Part of it is the band's tendency to expand outward, as in the five-minute stunner "Walk on Water (Auspicious Beginnings)."
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