|Lush / Blind Spot|
|Add Date:||2016-10-19||Pull Date:||2016-12-18|
|Week Ending:||Dec 18||Dec 11||Nov 20||Nov 13||Nov 6||Oct 30||Oct 23|
|1.||Nov 18, 2018:||Bass Pro Shop |
|4.||Dec 17, 2016:||Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles |
|2.||Dec 27, 2016:||Magnetized Toner: Best Of 2016 Part 1 |
|5.||Dec 08, 2016:||1100866 |
|3.||Dec 20, 2016:||Clean Copper Radio |
|6.||Nov 19, 2016:||Munch Time |
Burnham Beeches, Out Of Control
After a 20-year recording break, London’s Lush has released a new EP with four original tracks titled, Blind Spot. This set of songs could easily fit between their classic 1992 album Spooky and the less regarded record but nonetheless evocative Split from 1994. Dream pop skillfully executed channeling arresting guitar work, appealing vocals, and yearning melodies.|
Recommended Tracks: 1, 2, 3 and 4
1. (4:22) **Out Of Control – Medium tempo track driven by semi-acoustic guitar rhythmic section and a melancholic melody that takes you back to 1992’s Spooky music period. Impressive.
2. (3:18) **Lost Boy – Upbeat tempo recording with impeccable vocal moments. The 1960s French pop influence is undeniable. Classic Lush.
3. (3:07) *Burnham Beeches – Slow rhythmic guitar driven composition with more gentle vocals. Dreamy.
4. (3:59) *Rosebud – Dramatic semi-acoustic track with a more striking vocal melody.
|1.||Out Of Control||3.||Burnham Beeches|