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Shahani and Halligan's partnership thrives on "Drama" and captures their unique ability to simultaneously conjure vintage and futuristic sounds. And the dream-like voyage of "A Moment" - with Halligan's playfully seductive whispers of 'Don't let go, I am only here for a moment' - is a movie in itself.
Yet Bitter:Sweet can heat things up at will. Credit Halligan's dexterous and impassioned vocal capabilities as much as Shahani's keen ear for cadence and production.
The marriage is truly a splendid one, as is their ability to choose excellent studio and live musicians to complete their ever-evolving format. Over the past 2 years Adriana Alba, Ferry Gouw and Chris Steele-Nicholson have taken the time to construct an album that focuses on moving forward and breaking new grounds.
Using their record company advance to purchase their own studio equipment has meant the Semifinalists recording set up is completely mobile. Hence, the recording locations have varied from a remote cabin by a frozen lake in Wisconsin, to the streets of San Francisco and the suburbs of Chicago. Over the 12 tracks the ambition of the album is clear. By mixing sounds of 80's new wave pop, funk, and disco, as well as dreamy electronic shoegaze, Semifinalists have truly evolved their sound.
The songs hit harder, the structures, even though still as genre-bending as ever, are more linear. Thematically the lyrics are more introspective, more personal, and darker. Hidden under the sheen of pop are tales of heartbreak and disappointment, as well as a cautious optimism.
Having secured their status as art-rock legends during the 90s… lionised by the likes of Radiohead and REM… Deus stake out bold new frontiers for themselves. On "Vantage Point" there are the same art rock tendencies we know and love them for, but this time infiltrated with some solid grooves, at times even bordering of punk funk. Eighteen months after releasing his first ever solo album, Ray Davies is back with what promises to be one of the best albums of his incredible career.
While last year's "Other People's Lives" was a lifetime in the making, this new album happened relatively quickly. They assembled a crackerjack band of top musicians who breathe life into a wonderful collection of songs.
The 12 new songs are vintage Ray Davies and bear all the hallmark classic musical and lyrical insights we have come to expect from him. The album is infused with a transatlantic sound befitting Ray's close ties to the American south coupled with his well respected Englishness. From the first upbeat notes of the lead track "Vietnam Cowboys", it is clear Ray has never sung better.
In early , The Black Keys returned to their basement to record "Magic Potion", their fourth full-length album.
Despite its title, "Magic Potion" is ironically the sound of The Black Keys getting their signature sound down to a science — it's the band at their heaviest, grittiest and most powerfully stripped down.
From the nasty, sweaty strut of "Your Touch" to the sublimely narcotic devotional ballad "You're The One" on down to the stomping, house-rocking call to arms "Modern Times" The Black Keys have made another fantastic album.
So everyone's saying Elbow are happier now? Don't worry this is still heavy and atmospheric, but it's somehow more liberating, less cloying, than their debut album.Browse all Indie Pop / Experimental Pop / Electro-Pop in stock on vinyl & CD at Norman Records UK. Order online today and get FREE UK delivery on orders over £50 from Norman Records UK. Page of .