|Add Date:||2017-09-27|| ||Pull Date:||2017-11-29|| |
|Week Ending:||15 Oct||8 Oct||1 Oct|
Dinner, the alter-ego of LA-based Danish producer Anders Rhedin, is back with his second full-length New Work. New Work has enough going on with its compositions that I can’t call it awful by any stretch. Rhedin’s got an ear for melody, and that goes a long way towards selling these tunes as toe-tappers. It’s pretty easy to enjoy these Indie rock/pop tunes.|
Like: Ariel Pink, First Hate, Prince Rama, Alex Cameron, Morrissey.
Play: 1, 2, 4, 6
1.Un-American Woman (3:39) - Mid Tempo, synth pop with nice guitars.
2.Don't Belong (2:14) - 80’s melodies, well done vocal arrangements.
3.Walk Away (2:51) - Weird vocals and nice synths open space to calm guitars riffs.
4.Siren Song (3:29) - Post punk vibes, great melody very simple lyrics.
5.Marble Eyes (3:21) - Like an 80s slow-pop jam modern nostalgic.
6.Illusions (4:02) - Good melody drums have that cutting reverb that made the era pop.
7.Get Real (3:31) - Reflective slower tempo, shout-along backing vocals.
8.Copenhagen (4:27) - Deceptively breezy pop with beautiful guitars.
9.Waitin' (4:40) - Pop vocals with dark wave synths.
10.Thwl (2:03) - Instrumental drone keys.