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Dinner - Psychic Lovers (2016)

1-04-2016, 10:43
Pop | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Title: Psychic Lovers
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Captured Tracks
Genre: New Wave, Synth-Pop, Electronic
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 0:42:13
Total Size: 300 Mb


01. Cool as Ice
02. The World
03. Turn Me On
04. Gone
05. What You Got
06. Wake Up
07. Holy Fuck!
08. A.F.Y.
09. Lie
10. Kali, Take Me Home
11. Say My Name

Dinner's Anders Rhedin tried a number of sounds on for size on his early EPs, but on Psychic Lovers, a signature style emerges. Recorded in Copenhagen and L.A., Rhedin's debut album polishes away some of the lo-fi quirks of his early work. Instead, the 2014 single "Going Out" feels like the template for songs like "Turn Me On," which is full of slapped bass, whispered backing vocals, and tumbling, gated drums that would make Phil Collins proud. Despite Psychic Lovers' slicked-back sound, there's still a fascinating tug-of-war between coolness and awkwardness in Rhedin's music: "Wake Up"'s jet-setting glamour puts up a suave facade that the abrasive experiment "AFY" roughs up a few tracks later. As on Dinner's earlier work, this tension makes for some of the album's best moments. Rhedin feels truest to himself when he contrasts breezy, highly artificial sounds with singing that sounds like drunken karaoke, as if between mischief and true emotion. On the album-opener "Cool as Ice," it sounds like he's covering a huge yet forgotten '80s hit as he imbues lyrics that could seem cliched with heartfelt energy, while his blunt delivery conveys the shock of loss on "Gone." Psychic Lovers closes with a pair of Dinner's surprisingly affecting ballads: Aided by a gospel choir on "Lie" and a children's choir on "Kali, Take Me Home," both songs showcase Rhedin's alchemical gift for transforming the cheesy and trite into something genuine. Though Psychic Lovers sometimes feels a little labored, it proves that the seemingly accidental brilliance of Dinner's earlier music was anything but. --Heather Phares

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