Sunshine Redux

Jackson Scott - Sunshine Redux
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2015 Ratings: #544 / 772
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Based on 6 ratings
April 28, 2015 / Release Date
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Bloodmoss / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
DIY
There’s an obvious lack of lo-fi sheen, but Scott’s unique take on psychedelic and pop music still shines through - it’s more clear than ever, even.
80
AllMusic
Scott could probably keep releasing this same kind of crazy, funhouse psych pop record forever and it wouldn't get tired, especially if he keeps writing songs this catchy and keeps giving subtle tweaks here and there.
70
NME
In 2013, North Carolina songwriter Jackson Scott released his debut album ‘Melbourne’, a mix of heavily effected vocals and lo-fi slacker-rock. This follow-up builds on those off-kilter foundations.
70
The Line of Best Fit
In the end, few of the songs here approach the heights promised by his debut. But Scott, still just twenty-two, deserves the time and the encouragement to develop what is very clearly a unique voice.
60
The Skinny
Scott is far from without his charms, and there’s a certain joy to be found in simple melodies so gleefully obscured by sonic debris. A little tidying wouldn’t go amiss, mind.
holsgr
45
( ☆☆ ) uninspiring/flawed music
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Track List

  1. Woodworkk
  2. Broken Record Repeat
  3. Ripe for Love
  4. Steal Me
  5. Pacify
  6. Save the World
  7. Merry Nightmare
  8. Dissonance
  9. Prplmtv
  10. Ripe for Love II
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