Another impressive jazz album from the North Carolina band.
So for all you cats whose Portishead tapes popped as a result of repeated listens, slide this in and you won’t miss a beat.
Fall Sounds is the perfect name for this album, because the music somehow conjures up images of falling leaves, grey skies, and beautiful sunsets.
The perfect album to see you through those long dark hours as you wait for her to call, but know she never will.
Wearing sunglasses while sitting behind the wheel is the most appropriate place to listen to this album.
He has taken evangelism to a peculiar but effective level that involves love and not persecution.
Saint Etienne is another appropriate example of Sub Pop veering towards a more refined style of music.
A dark conviction runs through these songs, along with a tangible spirituality that makes them so intensely captivating.
Disappointing, but will do just fine for those who haven’t heard bootlegs of Spiritualized’s inspired live show.
This will appeal to anyone who wants a heavy, powerful album, both musically and lyrically.
Many of these songs were so good that they should’ve been on Maladjusted instead of that album’s weaker tracks.
This is a very refreshing record.
Anyone who considers themselves a fan of World Serpent, Projekt, Cold Meat, or other similar labels would do themselves well to find a copy.
The best way to enjoy this disk is not really so much as a Low record, but as a relatively well-done compilation of electronic and ambient music.
All 4 songs have that hazy, jangling guitar that you can find in every Velour song, accompanied by quiet organs and gently brushed drums.
This stuff is actually worth listening to, and not as some sort of sonic endurance test.
These songs will wrap themselves around you, like half-remembered pictures, sounds, and smells.