Nightlands - Oak Island (2013) [FLAC]

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Nightlands - Oak Island (2013) [FLAC]

  Released: 2013
  Duration: 33:02
  Genre: Pop/Rock
  Style: Dream Pop, Noise Rock, Indie
  Codec: FLAC
  Bit Rate: ~ 800 kbps
  Bits Per Sample: 16
  Sample Rate: 44,100 Hz
  Cover: Front

  01 Time and Place
  02 So Far So Long
  03 Youre My Baby
  04 Nico
  05 So it Goes
  06 Born to Love
  07 I Fell in Love with a Feeling
  08 Rolling Down the Hill
  09 Other Peoples Pockets
  10 Looking for Rain

  Id like to invite you for just a little while/To a place I used to go when I was only 17, Dave Hartley sings near the beginning of his second Nightlands album, and that sense of nostalgia pervades the rest of Oak Island. Building on the epic yet intimate feel of his debut, Forget the Mantra, Hartleys project recalls other acts who wrap a fragile, wonderstruck voice in a cocoon of immense sounds, but Nightlands has a unique approach within that realm. Hartley applies as much science to his music as he can, resulting in dreamy, literally experimental pop. Oak Islands songs prominently feature major-seventh chords - the most nostalgic-sounding harmonic grouping - so its no surprise that Hartley also has a fondness for 70s soft rock and its mellow euphoria. But by juxtaposing those breezy sounds with philosophical, even ambivalent lyrics on songs like Born to Love, Hartley gives Nightlands idylls more depth. 

  Oak Islands poppier songs, such as the deceptively joyous So Far So Long, the brassy I Fell in Love with a Feeling, and the melancholy, Pink Floyd-esque So It Goes, are the gateway to the albums more free-form moments. Before building into some intricately jazzy guitars, Youre My Babys syrupy guitars and blissed-out vocals sound as sappy -- and as meaningful -- as gazing into a sweethearts eyes feels, while Rolling Down the Hill ventures into kinetic Afro-disco territory. Despite Nightlands scientific approach, Oak Island doesnt sound sterile or too calculated; instead, Hartley revisits the innocence of the past with sophistication, like seeing the places you went when you were 17 with new eyes.-------------------------------------Torrent downloaded from http://thepiratebay.se
01 - Time and Place.flac 17.917 MB
02 - So Far So Long.flac 27.645 MB
03 - You're My Baby.flac 21.769 MB
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