Matt Corby - Telluric
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 20 ratings
March 11, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Elektra / Label
Indie Rock / Genres
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- impact / listenability = 8.5
- creativity / musicianship = 7.5
- consistency = 8.5
- recording (1/2) = 9.5
- feel factor (1/2) = 8
- overall = 83.1

I am not Australian and I do not have any backstory on Mr. Corby. I only have listened to this album and find it a very intimate album. It is at its best when the songs are most stripped down and baring all which mostly exposes Matt's vocal prowess.
The thread which embroiders the neo-soul of Telluric, both vocally and instrumentally, can be traced back most clearly across Matt Corby's live performances. While the EP recordings stay coined as they were first, the songs have, at times, seen radical reworking over the years on Corby's live circuit. From the Sufjan/Buckley emulations of Song for..., Corby moved toward the the reverb laden piano and vocal looping of Transition to colour, which come to a degree of fruition here on Telluric. The ... read more
Amazing! After waiting so long he lived up to my expectations.
He’s emerged from his quiet time in the wilderness for his highly anticipated debut album, and Telluric is a far cry from his previous smash hit Brother. - See more at:
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Track List

  1. Belly Side Up
  2. Monday
  3. Knife Edge
  4. Oh Oh Oh
  5. Wrong Man
  6. Sooth Lady Wine
  7. Do You No Harm
  8. We Could Be Friends
  9. Why Dream
  10. Good to Be Alone
  11. Empires Attraction
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