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New Music Adds 2/29/24

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Nathalie Joachim- Ki Moun Ou Ye

Label: New Amsterdam
Genre: Orchestral Electronic
Reviewed by: Griffin Paddock
What a Gorgeous album. Nathalie Joachim is a highly talented vocalist and flutist and uses both to full effect on Ki Moun Ou Ye. Every track is full of life and movement and a sparkling undercurrent of raw texture. Styles range from atmospheric/orchestral (Tracks 1, 5, and 10) to more electronic (Tracks 2, 6, and 7). It's hard to quantify this stylistically because it pulls from so many different genres, but definitely heavy influence from classical, jazz, electronic and Afro-Caribbean styles. The impressive and full compositions of this album are definitely worth a play!


Lewis OfMan- Cristal Medium Blue

Label: Virgin
Genre: Upbeat Indie Pop
For Fans Of: Muddy Monk, Pixies, Ween, Clea Vincent
Reviewed by: Conner Arthur
Lewis OfMan finally releases his much anticipated second studio length album Cristal Medium Blue. The electronic indie pop artist from Paris has delivered a beautifully produced and mixed record that successfully evokes feelings of hope, optimism, and sadness. This album not only takes time to bask in its own glory through righteous guitar solos, but also features various artists (Tracks 3, 4, and 8).


Sleepytime Gorilla Museum- of the Last Human Being

Label: Joyful Noise
Genre: Avant-Prog Metal
Reviewed by: Jack Smith
An interesting piece of work. A little confusing on the meaning of the lyrics, almost feels like random phrases thrown together. Not a bad album, as it has good instrumental work, yet the words are a bit confusing. This album gives a wacky vampire-esque sound in some way with a good amount of the songs. There is a unique use of instrument sounds that gives this work an interesting feel.


Daniel- Real Estate

Label: Domino
Genre: Indie Pop
For Fans Of: Munya, Kacey Musgraves, Beach Fossils, Alvvays
Reviewed by: Lane Robertson
Daniel’s Real Estate delivers a calm, upbeat album perfect for a mellow summer, whose listening experience is best comparable to a feeling of comfortable, nonchalant silence. Tracks such as Flowers and Airdrop effectively strike a balance between contemporary indie-rock trends and 80's era synth pop. The embodiment of, "man was made to chill," Real Estate brings a laid-back feel to any occasion.

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