Sunday, July 29, 2018

Masato Abe – Author (2017)

  • Post-rock 
  • Modern classical 
  • Art music 
  • Ambient 
  • Epic 
  • Post-classical 
  • Crossover 
  • Piano music 
  • Contemporary classical

Comment: In fact, in the previous year I decided not to send my review about the best albums to a public magazine because it should be the closed case. Yet it is ridiculous to expect to have a good review about the albums having been published during an annual span. If there is any possibility to represent it dynamically (via Internet) then do it. Let's consider this excellent Tokyo, Japan-based Masato Abe`s Author (also known from the duo Swan Kid Sue). I have been listening to it for hours today and there is no doubt it should be added to the list of the best albums 2017. It is the case. More profoundly, it is as easy as feather, it is as heavy as honey, it is as dreamy as your most dreamy reveries. This 8-track adept colossus does not distinguish the borders between contemporary classical, and majestic, chamber-tinged rock swathes. At times the course is amended by vocal glimpses, concrete sounds, and sublime piano tenures. All is floating slowly over your fragile soul and affected mind. There is no hurry and a listener should not rush. If you are listening to it this whole makes impact on you anyway. All is blossoming and inevitably wrapping around you. Like me too. Just hear at Small Window Shows So Many Delight those effortlessly rolling violins and charming orchestrations to make up your blissful Sunday. The release is a bit in the discography of elementperspective. So it can be said the case is Japanese wholly.
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