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I Love You, It’s Cool builds on the breakthroughs from the Brooklyn-based trio’s Beast Rest Forth Mouth album by skewing the tracks toward propulsive beats and insinuating synth hooks. Krautrock-inspired spaciness and shoegazer miasma remain part of the band’s textural essence, along with a lyric sensibility that merges the exalted with the eerie. Within the billowing oscillations of tracks like “Sinful Nature” and “Space Remains” is an unexpected interplay of tension and drama, recalling ‘90s neo-psych bands like The Stone Roses and The Charlatans. Jon Philpot’s distantly yearning vocals capture an unearthly elegance in “The Reflection of You", “Kiss Me Crazy", and similar excursions into sci-fi romanticism. Bear in Heaven brings the journey to a placid conclusion with “Sweetness & Sickness”, matching a bongo-like percussion line to ghostly keyboard flutters and furtively inviting vocals. I Love You, It’s Cool works well both as a sustained aural atmosphere and a series of mysterious yet assertive tracks that flirt with the pop mainstream without surrendering to it.

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What happened to the vocals?

SO flat, so dull, where are the pitch changes, broken yet driving beats, and vocal energy that came out of Beast. The synths are completely drowning Philpots voice, but even if they weren't, the energy and soul that captivated me with previous albums is gone. Consider that Teenagers wasn't even going to be included in Beast and yet it became an instant favorite of that album. What made it great in my opinion was the vocal energy creating a sense of lazy heart wrenching angst that makes anyone and everyone take notice. Reflection of You has elements of what made Beast so great, which is probably why it is the clear single of the album, but by the end of the song I have started to lose interest.

This album has a feeling of space and floating that goes on and on into monontony, and I guess I was hoping for that hint of aggression and energy that their previous albums would release when you least expected sending dark haunting chills down your spine.


Formed: 2002 in New York, NY [Brooklyn]

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The initial seeds of Brooklyn-based Bear in Heaven were planted in 1998 as a way for Jon Philpot, who was then still living in his hometown of Atlanta, to express his musical ideas during the off hours of a local recording studio. After he moved to Brooklyn at the end of the decade, Philpot continued working on his music, which included the duo Presocratics, who released a couple of records on the experimental label Table of the Elements. During the next couple of years, as more friends and associates...
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