Washed Out

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Washed Out: Paracosm – review
Chillwave was briefly the hippest genre around. That didn't last, but its poster boy seems to have staying power, writes Alexis Petridis

Alexis Petridis

08, Aug, 2013 @2:29 PM

Washed Out – review
Alexis Petridis: Fleshed out by a live band, Ernest Greene strips away the murk of his recordings to reveal the gleaming, propulsive songs beneath

Alexis Petridis

11, Aug, 2011 @4:55 PM

Music Weekly podcast: Washed Out

Ernest Greene of Washed Out discusses his love of the 80s – even though he was born in 1983 and hardly remembers the decade. Plus, we share our tips on writing album reviews ...

Presented by Alexis Petridis and produced by Scott Cawley

05, Aug, 2011 @4:12 PM

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Washed Out: 'I wish I could have a 9 to 5 life'

Washed Out's debut album confirms his place at the forefront of the chillwave scene. So why is he so worried, wonders Tim Jonze

Tim Jonze

30, Jul, 2011 @11:04 PM

Washed Out live session: How we wrote ... Eyes Be Closed

An exclusive live performance in the Guardian studio by chillwavers Washed Out, from Atlanta, Georgia, of Eyes Be Closed, the opening track from their debut album Within and Without

Ben Kape, Andy Gallagher, Elliot Smith and Ken Macfarlane

28, Jul, 2011 @9:32 AM

Washed Out: Within and Without – review

Washed Out's blissful mellowness recalls the Beloved, but flirts with inconsequentiality, writes Kitty Empire

Kitty Empire

09, Jul, 2011 @11:05 PM

Washed Out: Within and Without – review

What sets Washed Out apart from the thousands of bedroom chillwavers, reckons Alexis Petridis, is the quality of the songwriting

Alexis Petridis

07, Jul, 2011 @10:00 PM

Washed Out – Within and Without: exclusive album stream

Caspar Llewellyn Smith: Listen now – before the sun goes away – to the gorgeous sounds of Washed Out, leading proponents of chillwave

Caspar Llewellyn Smith

04, Jul, 2011 @1:56 PM

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Washed Out (No 633)

With his effervescent and gloriously sun-drenched songs, bedroom boffin Washed Out perfectly captures the evocative new wave of surf rock

Paul Lester

23, Sep, 2009 @2:44 PM

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