Desire

Bob Moses - Desire
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Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 31 ratings
Liked by 1 person
August 28, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Domino / Label
Deep House / Genres
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noahb_
89
They may stick to a formula, but damn is it a good one. They kept it short and sweet here, which is an advantage. Their previous work has always been so lengthy, but keeping a shorter tracklist lets each track breathe, and breathe they do. Top-of-the-crop production, incredible earworms, and precision galore, it's bittersweet genre-melting goodness.
Audiohype
70
definitely not the place to look for reinvention of dance music, but it really does ooze quality all the same
gabe5inko_music
72
I like the house-ier direction they took with this record compared to their previous more alt-pop record, kinda feels like they are back to their roots more which is nice. A bit formulaic sure, but they execute this style suberbly.
Z.Younk
61
Massive improvements and an overall better more house-oriented sound than the last LP.
Muratka
84
Good pop electronic
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Track List

  1. Love We Found
  2. The Blame
  3. Desire
  4. Hold Me Up
  5. Outlier
  6. Ordinary Day
  7. Desire
  8. The Blame
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Added on: July 23, 2020