iTunes

Apertura di iTunes Store.Se iTunes non si apre, fai clic sull'icona dell'applicazione iTunes nel Dock o sul desktop di Windows.Progress Indicator
Apertura di iBooks Store in corsoSe iBooks non si apre, clicca sull'app iBooks nel Dock.Progress Indicator
iTunes

iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.

Non abbiamo trovato iTunes sul tuo computer. Per le anteprime e l'acquisto di musica da I Saw You Coming Back to Me di Bedroom Walls, installa iTunes adesso.

Hai già iTunes? Fai clic su Anche io ho iTunes! per aprirlo.

I Have iTunes Download gratuito
iTunes per Mac+PC

I Saw You Coming Back to Me

Apri iTunes per visualizzare in anteprima, acquistare e scaricare musica.

Recensione album

Low-key, softly twangy, contemplative in a sort of swinging fashion — these are not necessarily the types of things ascribed to most acts in Los Angeles, but there's always room for surprises. If not quite as minimally hushed as Mazzy Star or the like — though especially toward the end the band gets close — Bedroom Walls aims at and pretty well finds the kind of gentle sway-along rock that isn't slowcore but isn't rocking out as such. The best local point of comparison might be Spain, but maybe more the slightly peppier third album instead of the slowest of slow-burn earlier efforts. That the opening song "Do the Buildings and Cops Make You Smile?" sounds more like an end of the evening wrap-up — Bowie's "Rock and Roll Suicide" tempered down and placed at the start of a record — seems appropriate enough as a result. Lead singer Adam Goldman sometimes distorts his voice, sometimes lets it through more clearly, isn't whispering but isn't trying to shout either, and as such readily matches the music on display as well. Many times he just stands aside for the whole band to take over everything as instrumentals, often to fine effect. Sometimes the just jet-set/sci-fi enough keyboards add a bit of post-lounge sparkle to the proceedings, not so much trying to recapture a past as refilter it a bit. Toward the middle of "He to Whom Mercy Had Been Granted," as the song quiets down to a few gentle tones before a final full-band conclusion, they're like strange, calm signals from somewhere distant. A couple of guest performers on trumpet and flute add a sometimes elegiac edge to the efforts (trumpeter Jason Crane might almost be aiming at a touch of Chet Baker's work, actually, though on "Landlord! Watch! Coffin! Angels!" he carefully avoids coming to the fore, losing himself in the mix).

Biografie

Formato(a): 2001, Los Angeles, CA

Genere: Alternativa

Anni di attività: '00s

Adam Goldman (guitar/vocals), Kris Canning (bass), Sean Hoffman (guitar), Vanessa Kaufman (drums), and Aurisha Smolarski (violin) compose the romanticore sounds of Bedroom Walls. The bandmembers themselves coined the term romanticore to describe the dreamy, bittersweet, and sometimes moody atmosphere surrounding the sound of this Los Angeles-based indie rock group. In 2002, engineer Rafter Roberts (Black Heart Procession, GoGoGo Airheart, the Album Leaf) joined Bedroom Walls at Singing Serpent Studios...
Bio completa
I Saw You Coming Back to Me, Bedroom Walls
Vedi in iTunes

Valutazione dei clienti

Non abbiamo ricevuto abbastanza valutazioni per visualizzare una media per quanto riguarda questo album.

Contemporanei