Anenon - Tongue
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Based on 4 reviews
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Based on 32 ratings
2018 Ratings: #58
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The album grows stronger with repeated listens. "Campana," "Pure" and "Verso" are all exceptional. In its own way, each is exquisitely played and a pleasure to take in.

The 405

Anenon takes a step backward from the overly-maximal nature characteristic within the digital age of music and instead provides a warm, heavily textured collection of songs on Tongue.


Tongue is a reflection of this temporary residence [Tuscany, Italy]: a meditation on the fragile nature of history, a reverie that glides along in quiet, powerful contemplation.


Anenon's music sometimes seems to explore contrasts, but it does so in a manner that is easy to follow and absorb, and his music ends up being relaxing rather than challenging.

Mar 12, 2018
California-based producer Brian Allen Simon's new album under the Anenon alias is a pensive, but above all spiritually-guided work born from the multi-instrumentalist's setting shift as of late. Consisting of nine slow-paced, abstract pieces, Tongue dedicates its hazy atmosphere and blooming sonic landscapes in the perennial search for 'beauty' that harks back from Italy's (his new postcard adress) Renaissance grand masters. While it'd be an inaccurate statement to compare Simon's portrayal of ... read more
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Track List
  1. Open
  2. Two for C
  3. Mansana
  4. Contra
  5. Verso
  6. Campana
  7. Pure
  8. Tongue
  9. Sardinia
Contributions By
thisisabtlgrnd, patton, bgod

Added on: January 24, 2018