Angie McMahon - Salt
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2019 Ratings: #316 / 587
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Based on 40 ratings
2019 Ratings: #611
July 26, 2019 / Release Date
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Dualtone / Label
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usedtobe
85
Australia-based singer-songwriter Angie McMahon's debut is a sensitive, confessional type of folk/rock that simmers with catharsis and emotion. Played upon starkly finger-picked, carefully orchestrated tracks of enticing nature, her voice plays loud, clear and shivering with vulnerability that shows dynamic interplay to her music. An absorbing listen overall.
notanalt
50
I Swear This Sounds Like Every Other Indie Rock Band Ever
WildChameleon
60
She's cool, I like the fact she describes the idea of the construction of her tracks.

But aside that it's cute, this is enjoyable but nothing we don't know. She has a tendency to sing in the same tone, she hasn't a distinctive instrumentation.
I find her lyrics pretty good but her voice doesn't match it. I don't see the reflection and the passion she puts in the songs with her vocals.
winitheju
68
Nice, but forgettable
CheapandLethal
65
Better stuff out there
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Track List

  1. Play the Game
  2. Soon
  3. Keeping Time
  4. Slow Mover
  5. Missing Me
  6. Push
  7. Pasta
  8. Standout
  9. Mood Song
  10. And I Am a Woman
  11. If You Call
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Added on: May 17, 2019