AOTY 2019
Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe - I Declare Nothing
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Based on 4 reviews
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Based on 14 ratings
June 29, 2015 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Exclaim!

While I Declare Nothing wastes no time solidifying a ruthless groove and builds on its own breathtaking walls of sound, it's album closer "Friendlies" on which Parks and Newcombe shine brightest, a four-and-a-half-minute bliss-out that could soundtrack a pro-hallucinogen PSA.

70
The Line of Best Fit

Having found a heaven in their collaboration, they've crafted a debut album together that proves both emotive and enchanting.

60
The Guardian

As she stares disconnectedly across the audience’s heads, it’s hard to tell if she’s deep in the moment, or just kind of bored.

50
PopMatters
Sadly, Parks’ spectral strains are probably the most memorable part of her hookup with Brian Jonestown Massacre’s sitar swinging Svengali Anton “Keep Music Evil” Newcombe.
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Track List

  1. Wehmut
  2. Cocaine Cat
  3. Peace Defrost
  4. German Tangerine
  5. Gone
  6. October 2nd
  7. Mama
  8. Voyage De L'âme
  9. Melorist
  10. Friendlies
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Added on: June 22, 2015