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Editors’ Notes

For the third Arp album, Alexis Georgopoulos expands beyond his synthesizer experiments and half-imagined compositions to write with greater concrete ideas. Rather having a blind allegiance to radio-friendly hooks, he’s looking to find connections between the pop music of Todd Rundgren, Brian Eno, and the weirder points of Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks when applied to an avant-garde adventurism. Georgopoulos' deliberately naive artistic sensibility creates unlikely and unusual pop songs like “Light+Sound,” where Badfinger crosses over to Jason Lytle’s Grandaddy. “Judy Nylon” pounds the keyboards to sound like Harry Nilsson, John Cale, and Eno had joined together for a supergroup pop album in 1974. Brief instrumental breaks create a sense of space and silliness (“E2 Octopus,” “Invisible Signals,” “V2 Slight Return”) between the proper songs. The Cale-like oldies-pop song “More (Blues)” appears to exist as an island unto itself, while “Daphne & Chloe” has a melody that battles against ambient sounds and other bizarre production decisions. 

Customer Reviews

Avant pop gold.

Avant pop gold

Mostly great

I think this is a great record. Kind of Eno-ish (Another Green World era). Poppy, but interesting and strange in a good way. My only complaint is (More) Blues, which feels terribly out of place here and is a real vibe killer. It's kind of a straight ahead pop blues song, there's no interesting angle taken, it's just the blues-ish song. I'll just be unchecking this one so I never have to hear it again. But the rest of the record is awesome.


Genre: Electronic

Arp is the work of New York City-based artist and composer Alex Georgopolous. The first-generation American child of French and Greek parents who was brought up in all three countries, Georgopolous started out in San Francisco, where he co-founded the instrumental dance-rock quartet Tussle in the early 2000s, primarily as a bassist, drummer, and percussionist. After the recording of their second album, Telescope Mind, Georgopolous departed the group to focus on a new project based on his exploration...
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