Passion / North Chester Shelter - Eternal Hymns
Critic Score
User Score
Based on 6 ratings
January 1, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
tekres / Label
- / Genres
Suggest a Genre
Abuse of this feature may prevent future contributions from your account.
Your Review
Sign In to rate and review


No critic reviews have been entered.
Eternal Hymns by Passion/North Chester Shelter is a dual project by the same artist under two different aliases, Sangam. This house and club project opens up with a very moody atmosphere on the Passion side. Very grey and desolate with just the crackling of what sounds like a fire being heard in the distance on “Take It”. This comes before the song jumps into these shuffling rhythms and this eternal voice calls along with the beat. This is what you’re in for, a very skeletal ... read more
Literally could be made on a computer in 5 minutes by a child. This album is generic, boring house music which is really unimaginative and uninteresting. It wasnt offensive though, so I guess its a sub-average, mediocre instrumental album for the sake of it.

Best Track - It kind of flows (which would be my only positive) which means the individual track titles dont really matter.
Purchasing Eternal Hymns from Amazon helps support Album of the Year. Or consider a donation?
Sign in to comment
No one has said anything yet.
In Library (2)
Contributions By
Goodbye Chin Boy

Added on: January 1, 2019