31 Songs, 1 Hour 56 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
32 Ratings
32 Ratings

Great Album, Bad Timing

Of course In Return is an amazing album, and this version is great as well, but why'd you guys have to release so long after In Return was released?? I don't enjoy paying for the same album twice.


Beautiful Reboot of 2014’s Classic

Love the addition of Light (feat Imagine Dragons), and the Live tracks (3) are all amazing with new horns and drums. The instrumentals are a nice touch for DJ’s and instrumental enthusiasts alike, and the price cannot be beaten. This duo from Washington produces exceptionally high quality vibes both in the studio and on tour; I had the pleasure of seeing them last year and will be attending one of their sold-out shows this year. Expect BIG things from Odesza in their live performances, they are rumored to be one-upping themselves with audio and visuals this go-around. These guys are on fire.



It's a great album, but I already bought 'In Return' a couple of weeks ago, and now this one comes out. I don't enjoy paying for another album with the same contents, ODESZA, please make a separate album with the new songs.


Swirling together hip-hop beats with ambient, bass music, and just enough pop songwriting to give their atmospheric soundscapes an unmistakable edge, ODESZA have one of the loftiest sounds in electronic music. Yet the duo’s origins are surprisingly humble: Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight formed the project as seniors at Western Washington University and released their debut album, 2012’s Summer’s Gone, the same year. Two years later, with In Return, they began fleshing out their samples with proper vocal features, and the results, particularly on “Say My Name” and “Sun Models,” were like making the leap from a favorite sweatshirt to a bespoke suit—but without losing any of the coziness or familiarity. ODESZA’s live shows are renowned for their sensory rush, combining eye-popping visuals and custom lighting—their creative director, Luke Tanaka, is often described as the group’s third member—with percussion pads, a rotating cast of guest musicians, and even a full drum line. Those steadily expanding ambitions also fuel their 2017 album, A Moment Apart: The array of guest singers is wider; the styles range from the downbeat soul of “Across the Room” to the dream-pop rush of “Higher Ground” to the celebratory choral spirit of “Corners of the Earth.”

Seattle, WA




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