technicolor

Covet - technicolor
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 75 ratings
2020 Ratings: #148
Liked by 3 people
June 5, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Triple Crown / Label
Math Rock, Post-Rock / Genres
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JAZZYCHIEF
58
😐this emoji😐this emoji right here😐 this was my face the entirety of this albums 48 minute 37 second runtime.
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FleetwoodGrips
90
The unpredictability of Math Rock's approach to composing a track is what made it such enjoyable sub-genre for me to look forward to. The meticulous ever-changing guitar grooves, the dynamic drum patterns, the lack of a strict structure allowing them to track in any direction they choose.

Covet pretty captures all of those elements in this album with nothing but positive results. Each track here is so electric. Technicolor is an album that's bursting with lively instrumentation, ... read more
littleCT
86
Covet continues their beautiful album streak with technicolor. My favorite improvement this record showcases is the band actually making more consistent use of Yvette Young's vocal talent (which is something usually only showcased on her solo work). Highly recommend for math rock fans
100
I normally don't rate instrumental albums, but this group I want to give as much support as I can.
This album and band in general is so charming.
The sounds and melodies they create are exquisite and delightful.
Positives- this album does not lose your attention because you can tell that they are having fun all around.
riki
77
Covet continue their exploration of more elegant, peaceful, and occasionally borderline ambient math rock. They remain as skillful as ever at creating a warm atmosphere while trading instrumental flourishes, and though they keep their core sound very consistent, they still find a number of avenues to experiment with new elements and stylistic innovations. Forrest in particular shines on this record, delivering some truly dazzling fills that make the crescendos feel absolutely explosive.

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Track List

  1. good morning
  2. atreyu
  3. parachute
  4. predawn (feat. Phillip Jamieson)
  5. nero
  6. pirouette
  7. ares
  8. parrot
  9. odessa
  10. farewell
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Added on: April 5, 2020