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Tag Archives: Lo-Fi

Neil Young – Dead Man


★★☆☆☆ = Eh, fine What’s it sound like? Textural guitar noodling by Young Thoughts It’s kind of unfair reviewing this as its a soundtrack but whatever, doesn’t really work as say standalone album. Half of it is corny dialogue that’s skipable. The 6 guitar solos are interesting on a superficial level but nothing very memorable. […]

Nico – Chelsea Girl


★★★★☆ = Quality release and suggested listening What’s it sound like? Folksy 60s new York singer songwriter with dramatic string arrangements. No bass or percussion, Nico’s distinct voice is at the center of it all, singing lyrics about friends, life, change, stories of new york (especially convincing considering she didn’t write any of the lyrics). […]

Crescent – Resin Pockets


★★★☆☆ = Good! What’s it sound like? Pleasant, soulful, lo-fi folksy rock with wandering lyrics. Thoughts Feels like a spiritual cousin to the glow pt 2, a certain authenticity is captured that makes this a good listen. I like the lofi instrumentation which is simple but effective and meticulous in execution; a strange juxtaposition to […]