Archive for the ‘Chamber Pop’ Category


I’m not an expert on Antony and the Johnsons‘ discography, but The Crying Light sounds relatively more acoustic – natural for today’s fashion.
Intimate and focused on Antony’s voice, The Crying Light is pleasurable for Antony’s fans.


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Field Music is quite something. I couldn’t believe my ears that only three guys could craft such an amazing music.
Tones of Town reminds me a big mix of Supertramp, of Montreal with some experimental hints like Deerhoof, besides the obvious Beatles influence.
But everything sounds classic like Electric Light Orchestra.

I don’t want to mean they’re a collection of pre-made elements, they joyfully remind me of those names but they’re so good at it, they’re cool.

The vocal harmonies are just bliss, the melodies are wonderful.
I regret not knowing them before.

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Tindersticks - The Hungry Saw

The Hungry Saw is a very fine album. Tindersticks makes a mix of chamber pop with singer/songwritter intism in a jazzy manner.
Good music to enjoy solitude and thinking.
My fav songs are Yesterday Tomorrows and The Organist Entertains.

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