AOTY 2018


Art D'Ecco - Trespasser
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 24 ratings
October 12, 2018 / Release Date
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However foreign it may feel at first, Trespasser emerges as a weirdly inviting and widely inclusive debut, mapping out a singular terrain of rock: stuffed with camp, horror and wide-eyed wonder.

Northern Transmissions

This romp shakes up classic rock sounds rather than relying on them, to make a melange that is utterly unique. While it lacks a lot of single power, there’s enough memorable moments on here to have you coming back.

NOW Magazine

Whether it revitalizes interest in glam, Trespasser is the sort of rock album we need now, one that asks for inclusivity and acceptance.

This has a wild, enjoyable sound that reminds me of Ariel Pink in a lot of ways. At the same time, there is a vibe of classic rock that slips in from time to time. This is all drawn together by the interesting and engaging vocals posited by d'Ecco here; a range I was far from expecting.

Favorite track: Dark Days (Revisited)
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Track List

  1. Never Tell
  2. Joy
  3. Mary
  4. Nobody's Home
  5. Who is It Now?
  6. Dark Days (Revisited)
  7. Trespasser
  8. Lady Next Door
  9. Last in Line
  10. The Hunted
Contributions By
thisisabtlgrnd, Fuffkin, bgod
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Added on: August 11, 2018