This psychedelic instrumental rock album epitomizes an emotional sojourn into an atmospheric soundscape, which is populated with a collection of guitars and horns plus a few sliverings of eclectic instrumentation. You get a great feeling of warmth and darkness coming through, with plenty of Greek musical influences.
This little gift-wrapped indie-folk record has a real endearing charm and character to it. It’s rare that you hear something with such a brilliantly understated raw aesthetic, bringing together a warmth of lo-fi wonder and adventure with the delicate vocal whispers.
This record features sparse instrumental shells that gradually and majestically cracking open to reveal a powerful, emotional and stirring haunt of a voice. There are great dynamic changes in atmosphere, again encapsulated by the amazing vocals, enabling the backing instrumentation to shake and quiver with fear.
This band engulfs you with icy twinges of blues, rock and latin that solidify into a impenetrable backbone of music originality. There’s a real intense menace to the guitar rhythms entangling amongst the distinctive vocals. They also have stomping tunes to back up their stylistic choices. A fascinating accomplishment.
Although this music sounds like it has been recorded down a well, the intensely lo-fi nature of the sounds that filter into your earlobes have a raw, natural quality. I can forgive the mushy, atmospheric vocals as I feel this music is uncompromisingly good. I mean above average.
It had been reported in the news that indie pop music has turned into a pile of shit. However, recent research has discovered lispector, who has injected some skill, passion and originality to the proceedings. There’s plenty of crackle and lo-fi experimentation, back up by some songwriting.
This rather deflated collection of songs feature apathetic and bored vocals festering on a steaming pile of piano bashing. However, the song titles are so inspiring (‘Organizing Meat’, ‘Google Search Myself’, ‘We Need More Vodka’), if you’re inspired to clear out a busy bar on an open-mike night.