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Album Review

On each successive release, Beirut’s Zach Condon keeps expanding his sonic palette and his taste for stylistic variety while sharpening his songcraft. March of the Zapotec/Realpeople Holland, released in 2009, brings together two EPs representing Condon’s restlessly inventive musical fusions. The songs on March of the Zapotec reflect Condon’s travels to Oaxaca, where he worked with a 19-piece Mexican band for a sound that merges Latin folk, Balkan brass band, and his own Western pop instincts. The songs on Realpeople Holland, which Condon recorded at his home studio, have a more electronic sound that may remind listeners of ‘80s synth pop or contemporary acts like the Postal Service. Yet Condon’s experiments never sound random or pieced together, but are made remarkably cohesive by his sharp, poetic sensibility.

Customer Reviews

Once again original sound, but lacking the magic of their older hits

It seems that Beirut toned it down for their new album. That is not necessarily a bad thing thing, it just seems like the songs lack the magic of hits like Nantes and Guyamas Sonora.

Zach comes through again!

Beirut has always impressed me with his original, avant-garde awsomeness, and this collection of EPs doesn't fail to deliver. What a wonderful concoction of brass and electronica coupled, as always, with Zach's powerful voice. 5/5've done it again

i love most everything that beirut produces including this right here. Its more heavy handed than the rest (all the brass...tubas and what not) but still beautiful!!


Formed: 2006 in New York, NY [Brooklyn]

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of 2006's most unexpected indie success stories, Beirut combines a wide variety of styles, from pre-rock/pop music and Eastern European Gypsy styles to the alternately plaintive and whimsical indie folk of the Decemberists to the lo-fi, homemade psychedelic experimentation of Neutral Milk Hotel. At the heart of this sonic hybrid was a teenager from Albuquerque, New Mexico, a fact that made Beirut's debut album, Gulag Orkestar, all the more surprising. Something of a musical prodigy, multi-instrumentalist...
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