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Slow Club - One Day All Of This Wont Matter Anymore (2016)

21-08-2016, 10:06
2016 | Pop | Folk | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: One Day All Of This Wont Matter Anymore
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Moshi Moshi Records
Genre: Indie Folk, Indie Pop
Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 58:20
Total Size: 147 / 348 MB


01. Where The Light Gets Lost 05:30
02. Ancient Rolling Sea 04:55
03. In Waves 03:49
04. Silver Morning 04:53
05. Come On Poet 04:24
06. Sweetest Grape On The Vine 03:36
07. Give Me Some Peace 03:37
08. Rebecca Casanova 03:53
09. Tattoo Of The King 04:47
10. The Jinx 04:04
11. Champion 03:34
12. Let The Blade Do The Work 11:18

How do you keep a band interesting after ten years? It's a question Slow Club's Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor must have asked themselves as they started work on their fourth album. The answer seems to be producer Matthew E. White, the master of Southern-gothic folk, whose in-house band at Richmond's Spacebomb Studios provided the consistency and tone the album required. Almost every track was played live in the studio, allowing the long-established session band's natural chemistry to augment Charles and Rebecca's, with the double advantage of recording being very effective, and also comparatively quick. One Day... contains some of the best melodies they've yet created. The duo's knack for writing hooks and melody has, if anything, become stronger. There are choruses here you instantly feel you've known your whole life, like 'Ancient Rolling Seas' timeless, reassuring refrain of 'I'll always be by your side', or 'Champion's Dolly Parton via-Linda Ronstadt anthem of self-celebration through the darkest times. Perhaps best of all are a pair of songs to be found at the top of what traditionalists would call 'side 2' - 'Rebecca Casanova', a slice of widescreen, four-to-the-floor pop that recalls soft-rock giants Fleetwood Mac in the way it channels heartbreak onto the dancefloor, and 'Tattoo Of The King', a tale that takes Neil Young and the Doobie Brothers to the disco.

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mufty77   User offline   21 August 2016 10:28

Thanks a lot for lossless!!

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