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Migration by Bonobo. Second Sun was my introduction to Bonobo, and that song will stick with me forever. The strange ambient style was unlike anything I've heard before, and the rest of the album didn't disappoint either.
Black Focus by Yussef Kamaal. One of the best Jazz albums ever written IMO. Shame about how YK ended samolivers Wooh Dang by Daniel Norgren. The Swedish singer-songwriter returns with an album of warm and intimate, yet elegantly constructed, psych-folk.
Juggling art rock, chamber folk, and bedroom pop, Obscura Hail's double EP charts vast stylistic terrain with confidence and ease.
To Believe by The Cinematic Orchestra. Bandcamp Daily your guide to the world of Bandcamp. Explore music. Rob John lee hooker meets mad professor and Ray Manzarek - right on! Martin Harley tipped me off. This really is an amazing sound.
Love the dark bluesy notes. Favorite track: Hour Golden. Sahin Shalaballa. Sahin Shalaballa Fin i'm a fan. Thank you. Mark Easton. Don Ludwig. Anna Caritj.
Lots of Lotz. Shane Harrison. Wham Charles. Denny Kneckebruch. Anthony B Cook. James D. Green Eggs and Ham. DJ GMC. Even the relative mishap that was Horizontalisms grew on me eventually. Fin Greenall has one of those voices that simply works. His way of crafting a vibe, distilling a melody, building an atmosphere with a musical soundscape, is virtually unparalleled in my view.
So it is with high expectations and not a little questioning trepidation that I approach this, his 'first purely blues musical output'. A side-project stop-gap on the way to the next Fink album this might be, but Greenall is taking it seriously enough to enlist Flood on co-production duties. So the feeling persists that this falls somewhere between a good idea that became a reality and a proper Fink album.
And this is somewhat how it turns out. Each of the eight songs here are unmistakably Fink. How could they not be? But they suffer simply because they inescapably come across as tracks that could and perhaps should be on a 'proper' album. In fact, the over-riding feeling after several listens is that this should have formed the basis for the next Fink record, rather than coming across as something of a diversion.
But there are great moments here, and each song is crammed full of the potency that makes Greenall's output so vital. We're in quintessential Fink territory here. Glorious vocal harmonies abound, the layers of voices rendering other instrumentation totally unnecessary. Before long a swampy fog has descended.