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Feb 27, 2020
86
A brilliant sonic experimentation that explores the notion of identity.

Lyrically and thematically Moses tries to come to grasp with how the self, and his self, is essentially constituted by the relations it is enveloped within, such as the social and economic contexts we necessarily move through, but also the interpersonal relations that we crave for comfort and self-recognition. These contrast between self as unity and multiplicity, and between social commentary and personal and existential ... read more
Feb 21, 2020
78
An album that both transcends and stays thoroughly trapped within the folk-genre. It is brimming with untapped potential, but still succeeds in being an emotional and varied experience, that is well worth a listen.
Feb 21, 2020*
80
Beautiful and haunting harmonies are balanced with fragility beneath a sheet, only to pierce through with monstrous noise, producing an awe-inspiring lo-fi, psychedelic experience.
Feb 21, 2020
68
The album is an optimistic and shimmering experience, with a consistent and seemless mood, in which each song feels complete and well crafted. Sadly this also becomes it's biggest weakness, each song flowing into another without noticeable variation, and the album generally lacks in experimentation and variation - the track 'marigold' showcasing exactly what potential could have been realized. In general the album is too safe for something that dares to be hopeful.
Feb 21, 2020*
45
At times the production and sampling is interesting, but generally the album wanders too much disrupting any sense of cohesiveness the admittedly ambient atmosphere could have produced. The vocals are generally dull and too laid back, and those few times they shine, it is too little too late.

Fav. Track: Love, death, distraction, ????, 2020
Feb 19, 2020
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80-89
 
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60-69
 
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50-59
 
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10-19
 

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