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Wide Open ~ Kinobe
Wide Open ~ Kinobe
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Whilst the name Kinobe may not mean anything to you, you have definitely heard 'Slip into something' -their chill-out gem, used to accompany a 2000 Kronenbourg ad.
'Wide Open' - Kinobe's third album,was created in an 18th century summer house in Toulouse, and the French influence is highly visible in the first half of the album, notably in 'Tired
heart' and 'Slow motion' which are warm, dreamy, musical sleeping-pills. If you haven't drifted off into a deep and peaceful slumber by track 5, you've got to stop drinking those red-bulls mate because they're turning you into a bluddy insomniac!
The second half will keep you up all night boogying with the addictive mix of funky and… Read more
Stare Ep ~ Marjorie Fair
Stare Ep ~ Marjorie Fair
'Marjorie' Fair', is singer/songwriter/guitarist Evan Slamka, who hails from Los Angeles. The newest recruit to the 'EMI' empire shows promising success with his rich slow burning melodies, released during sunny spring, which has seen fellow genre members 'Joy Zipper' blossom to the forefront of 'Play Lists' to become one of the most critically worshipped acts of the season.
Elsewhere, the debut album 'Self Help Senerade' (released on 31st May ) is produced by Rob Schnapf, the mastermind behind the likes of Elliot Smith, Beck and The Vines.
In a flower bud, 'Marjorie Fair' is the sound track to your spring!
I Can See It All Tonight ~ M. Craft
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Debut!, 29 April 2004
You know those moments when music raises the hairs on your arms and hasyou nodding your head? Well, this six-track mini album from Martin Craftis full of those moments.
From the morning Mr Postman posted this gemthrough my postbox, I swear, it hasnot left my CD player. It is utterlywonderful. The songs mainly comprise of plucked acoustic guitars, big warmbasslines and a soft rich female voice but it never becomes tedious, ohno, Crafts got the cocktail just right.
Another reason this mini-esque album is just so damn perfect, is the factthat all the songs are equally fantastic. But, if you want me to becritical then I guess 'DragonFly' and 'Sweets' are the tunes that providethe… Read more