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pretty kind of dirty face
08 November 2013 @ 05:01 pm
sometimes i read music reviews and laugh because the language/descrptions... like, i get it, i feel you, but at the same it's like lol pretentious/superficial? example:

Often as swirly and indistinct as its artwork (see the shimmering dream-gaze of “Do You Believe?”, or the pretty little cut “Everything”, whose breathy male-female vocals bob in undulating melodies that fade in like a summer’s breeze), Anomie is a patiently crafted work. Happy to dwell in fragile, interlude-like ambience, so too is it in the hushed whispers of the 7+ minute album centrepiece “When It’s All Over”. The way in which its tender post-rock progressions foreshadow the track’s inevitable burst of feedback and heavy outro only compound the impression that one gets of Invisible Elephant being a more than steady helmsman.


"undulating melodies", "fragile, interlude-like ambience", like lol
 
 
 
 
pretty kind of dirty face
12 January 2013 @ 11:31 pm
i will make this nicer later eventually pretty sure this is as nice as it's going to get

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pretty kind of dirty face
15 December 2012 @ 04:34 pm
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pretty kind of dirty face
23 July 2012 @ 02:15 pm


me rolling through lj once a year but you can catch me at these places more
 
 
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