|Adron / Adron|
|Label:||New Street Records|
|Add Date:||2009-03-22||Pull Date:||2009-05-24|
|Week Ending:||17 May||3 May||26 Apr||19 Apr||12 Apr||29 Mar|
|1.||Oct 25, 2014:||Music Casserole |
|4.||May 16, 2009:||Lost and Found |
|2.||Mar 27, 2010:||lost and found |
|5.||May 13, 2009:||Signal to Noise |
|3.||Nov 28, 2009:||lost and found |
|6.||May 01, 2009:||Emphysema For Emphasis |
Fem vocals (one lady overdubbing herself), breezy pop w/clean nylon-string guitar, bass, drum set that includes bongo. Vocal styling reminiscent of Devandra Banhart in places. Some Brazilian sounds and Portugese lyrics here and there, though artist resides around Atlanta.|
+1. Acoustic guitar, sunny & summery. Water sounds, fancy picking in the intro. Sounds Brazilian. “Airplanes goin’ by, airplanes in the sky”.
+2. Slower, lazier. Intro is kinda blah but when the singing starts it’s hypnotic. Just voice and acoustic guitar. Louder in the middle.
+3.ah, birdsongs in intro, so peaceful. Slow sunset love song.
4.midtempo, expository, ¾ time
5.Pretty plucking, midtempo, no vocals until 2nd half
6.slow, nice, lots of glides in the vocal
+7. Faster, percussion set has handmade feel, vocals in Portuguese.
+8. Mid slow instrumental. Lovely organ tremolo along with the guitar. I like little tremolos on my organ.
9.Opens with thunderstorm sounds, fade in guitar, precocious lyrics.
10.Two songs with a gap in the middle, beware! First song is slow, nearly narcotic, muted, “I will haunt you in your sleep, … hide behind your eyes” then some toy piano. It fades out with surf sounds around T-7:00, next song begins at +8:22/T-4:18. The 2nd song “Dois Mil e Um” is uptempo psych-folk, good, gets a + from me, portugese.
|5.||Never Leave My Room Again||10.||Undefined|