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Dark Days + Canapés

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The surprising Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam had made Obaro Ejimiwe—better known as Ghostpoet—a true revelation of 2011. Two years later, Some Say I So I Say Light hammered it home a bit more. With Shedding Skin released at the start of 2015, the Londoner knighted by Gilles Peterson offered some kind of new start by working with new musicians. The disc was then somewhat of an oddity, looking more towards rock than electro. His singing also evolved more towards spoken word. There was some Tricky and some Radiohead in his beautiful and singular world, urban and nicely oppressive, where we crossed paths with Lucy Ross, Etta Bond, Nadine Shah, Melanie de Biasio and Paul Smith, Maxïmo Park’s singer… Ghostpoet seems to have built this Dark Days + Canapés on a similar patchwork. Produced by Leo Abrahams, who has worked with people of taste like Brian Eno, Jarvis Cocker, Carl Barât and Jon Hopkins, this fourth album laden with guitars holds the same dark and kaleidoscopic feeling: still this is an impressive way to mix electro, indie rock and soul with a sometimes cinematographic approach. It’s a rather fascinating and original disc. © MD/Qobuz

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One More Sip 00:01:31

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Many Moods At Midnight 00:03:59

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Trouble + Me 00:04:52

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(We're) Dominoes 00:04:19

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Freakshow 00:04:05

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Dopamine If I Do 00:03:38

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Live>Leave 00:03:48

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2017 Ghostpoet under exclusive license to Play It Again Sam 2017 Ghostpoet.

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Karoshi 00:03:12

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2017 Ghostpoet under exclusive license to Play It Again Sam 2017 Ghostpoet.

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Blind As a Bat... 00:04:38

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Immigrant Boogie 00:02:39

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Woe Is Meee 00:04:07

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2017 Ghostpoet under exclusive license to Play It Again Sam 2017 Ghostpoet.

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End Times 00:03:33

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The surprising Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam had made Obaro Ejimiwe—better known as Ghostpoet—a true revelation of 2011. Two years later, Some Say I So I Say Light hammered it home a bit more. With Shedding Skin released at the start of 2015, the Londoner knighted by Gilles Peterson offered some kind of new start by working with new musicians. The disc was then somewhat of an oddity, looking more towards rock than electro. His singing also evolved more towards spoken word. There was some Tricky and some Radiohead in his beautiful and singular world, urban and nicely oppressive, where we crossed paths with Lucy Ross, Etta Bond, Nadine Shah, Melanie de Biasio and Paul Smith, Maxïmo Park’s singer… Ghostpoet seems to have built this Dark Days + Canapés on a similar patchwork. Produced by Leo Abrahams, who has worked with people of taste like Brian Eno, Jarvis Cocker, Carl Barât and Jon Hopkins, this fourth album laden with guitars holds the same dark and kaleidoscopic feeling: still this is an impressive way to mix electro, indie rock and soul with a sometimes cinematographic approach. It’s a rather fascinating and original disc. © MD/Qobuz

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