CARM

CARM - CARM
Critic Score
Based on 1 review
User Score
Based on 37 ratings
Liked by 2 people
January 22, 2021 / Release Date
LP / Format
37d03d / Label
Art Pop / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

65
Pitchfork
On his solo debut—assisted by Sufjan Stevens, Justin Vernon, and Yo La Tengo’s Georgia Hubley and Ira Kaplan—the multi-instrumentalist rethinks the horn’s role as an album’s driving creative force.
MRusso98
58
Even though I deeply adored the two features with both Sufjan Stevens and Justin Vernon, the feeling was that the whole album drives itself to other places, where the wind instruments are the real protagonist. From a trumpeter it seems not that big of a deal, but listening this first LP from CJ Camerieri felt uncohesive and for me a missed opportunity.

FAVORITE TRACK: Song of Trouble
lucacomi
55
Even if the main single with Sufjan Stevens is a pretty solid track, the rest of the album turns out to be a bit chaotic and not very cohesive.
Literally "Songs of trouble".
Memar
NR
With such an all star feature list, I went into this with high expectations. I was very let down. This is just mediocre in every sense of the word. I admire how ambitious CARM was to attempt something like this on his debut LP though.
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Track List

  1. Song of Trouble (feat. Sufjan Stevens)
  2. Soft Night
  3. Nowhere
  4. Already Gone (feat. Georgia Hubley & Ira Kaplan)
  5. After Hours
  6. Invisible Walls
  7. Tapp (feat. Shara Nova)
  8. Slantwise
  9. Scarcely Out (feat. Mouse On Mars)
  10. Land (feat. Justin Vernon)
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Added on: October 14, 2020