Fresh and local: Emma Citrine

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      With a few exceptions (Lana Del Rey’s “Summertime Sadness” foremost among them), we tend to prefer listening to sad songs is fall.

      We’ll forgive Emma Citrine for releasing the six-song Shadowless at the height of summer, however, because it’s just about the prettiest damn thing we’ve heard so far this year. The songs drift by in a haze of dreamy melancholia, all reverb-saturated guitar arpeggios and layered, ethereal vocals.

      If you’d rather be at the beach, Citrine’s music might seem a little too gloomy, but by the time October rolls around, it will all make perfect sense.