All in all, a fabulous little gem that deserves much more attention than it’s probably received to this date.
To say that Feist has one of the best voices I’ve heard all year would be an understatement, and a very obvious one at that.
It’s obvious that Ramifications is an album carefully and intricately constructed.
I’m still very impressed by this little OS X web browser.
The Technoillogical Myopia reminds me of the sort of the music I listened to back when “alternative” music was a thing.
All of this comes together to create that most unique of sensations in the listener: awe.
Tarkovsky’s last will and testament, a final summation of all that he believed about filmmaking, as well as spirituality and humanity.
Background music best reserved for walking down dimly lit hallways with an escaped mental patient about to leap out from behind any door.
I don’t know who to be more perturbed at.
I was completely unaware that I needed a good Christmas album this year and yet this album has filled that niche quite nicely.
Each song here feels completely singular in its existence, like a little trembling world of sound.