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Alternative & Indie - Released August 31, 2018 | 37d03d
In 2016 Justin Vernon a.k.a. Bon Iver and Aaron Dessner from The National launched a collective named People. The project’s goal is to create an independent space where artists can work and collaborate in a spontaneous manner, without constraints. The album Big Red Machine directly comes from this initiative, even though it started a long time ago. Ten years ago, Dessner sent Vernon a small audio file tweaked with instrumental sounds, as a joke. But after due reflection, his partner became much more interested. From this creative drive came Big Red Machine in 2018. This work made in the April Base studio is a surprising blend of indie rock, psychedelic electro and digital soul. A dozen thematic songs striving for a sensory search and leaving room for the imagination. Big Red Machine is the embodiment of independent music experimenting throughout the creation process. A potpourri neither spectacular nor perfect, but undeniably interesting for its research phase. With mellow beats right from the start (Deep Green), a delicate and sensual auto-tune on Vernon’s voice (Gratitude) and poetic lyrics, this multi-layered album goes through a multitude of phases, and tickles all kinds of genres and sounds. A very promising first creation from the People label! © Anna Coluthe/Qobuz
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Mina Tindle: Sister
Sometimes when you get to the end of an album you don’t know what to put on next. On her third record, Mina Tindle helps us out by ending on a piece by Lhasa: Is Anything Wrong. After Sister, listening to Lhasa seems like a logical next step. And Mina Tindle before Lhasa? Brilliant. Like Lhasa, s...