Friday, September 16, 2016

The Bumblebee Bats – Leaving It Broken (2009)

  • Lo-fi 
  • Singer-songwriter 
  • DIY
  • Art folk 
  • Indie folk 
  • Folk indie

Comment: at times I guess it is much harder to speak something reasonable and appealing about the so-called simple musical issues in comparison to the more sophisticated ones. It is not surprising at all because those simple ones have been produced without pretense to embark on a new beginning (being the illusion and thereof eventually disappointment in most cases) and because of that these issues are frequently more direct and honest as well. Let’s have a focus upon this swarm of five compositions. It is composed of strumming guitars and affectionate singing which in turn are spruced up with lovely keyboard whiffs and synthesised orchestrations converted into catchy melodies and harmonies for opening the way for little joys and tickling delights. Yet having listened to these gentle moments many times in a row these ones got magnified inconspicuously into something elemental and immanent. The songs` intimate touch and awkward buildup used to make difference which as a result are immensely more worthy than many issues being produced throughout innumerable hours within the walls of professional studios. Catch the touch! It is easy to do thanks to a humble, home recording feel. For instance, listen to Better When You`re Dead. That`s mesmerizing. In a nutshell, as you could see by now I have found out many words and sentencesto describe his fabulous issue. Leaving It Broken just is. Just for me, just for you, just for the world, just for all the universe. And leave it broken. The issue is a bit in the discography of the Japanese imprint Totokoko Records. 
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