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Customer Reviews

Assimilate this into your musical world!

Its been a while since we've had a new Cosmicity album so this is a very welcomed return! Since 2003 we've seen a couple of solo albums which were a nice departure but maybe not what fans of Cosmicity's unique brand of synthpop would 100% except. We've also gotten a couple of stellar EPs with great tracks, but a full length album has been in our hopes for a long time now. This is a great album and worth the wait! It just as polished and well crafted as earlier releases but with a bigger sound that seems more sonically accessible and feels more "open", yet unique and rich with electronic sounds and a sci-fi flavor. The opening track pulses with attitude and the following track "Reparations" is the kind of euphoric electro-pop song that fans would expect. Halfway through the disc we get a beautiful electronic instrumental that inspires with a eastern feel. A nice departure before the album reboots. Overall listening to the album is a richer experience, not only because of the music but the content. The lyrics seem ever more personal & saturated with realism & honesty that only comes with years of experience and living....... and dreaming! If you love good electronic/pop music then this is a must have!

Thank the Maker, Cosmicity is back!

I tried to think how to describe Cosmicity's music for someone who isn't familiar with Cosmicity and I realized that I've been a fan for so long that Cosmicity sounds like, well, Cosmicity. Mark Nicholas, aka Cosmicity, has been at the forefront of independent electronic music for twenty years (his first album was released in 1994), and has become a cornerstone of this genre. Humans May Safely Graze is the first Cosmicity album since 2003, although there were a couple of EPs, a best of compilation, and a couple of releases under his name and not Cosmicity in the intervening years since then.
But for those not familiar with Cosmicity... the songs on this album tell stories and are personal reflections blended with the signature electronic sounds and upbeat synthpop that Cosmicity is best known for. Take the time to read the digital booklet for the album once you purchase it. I mean if you've read my review this far, you are likely buying the album. As with all Cosmicity albums, the story behind the songs are fantastic, funny, and nearly as entertaining as the music.
There it is, buy it!

Outstanding! Probably His Best Effort!

I've been a Cosmicity fan since the beginning of Mark's career. I've always enjoyed his music. Some albums more than others. But this one... is perfect. I find it very difficult to find a track from this release that I do not like or that I do not listen to on repeat. Great effort! Great album! Please keep them coming!

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Cosmicity is not a band; it's merely one person. Mark Nicholas, the only member of Cosmicity, attended the University of Michigan School of Music in the early '90s. Before Cosmicity, Nicholas was involved with various groups, one of which was a Top 40 outfit called Backdoor that utilized four female backup vocalists. Nicholas then trimmed the female singers to two and changed the band's name to Acceleration, their sound slightly more akin to the new wave influences that Nicholas would embrace with...
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