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Mike Deni—Geographer's lead vocalist, who also plays guitar and synths—once said in an interview that he wants to “make soulful music from outer space.” Considering the strange sense of fragility underlying Geographer's grand, pulsing synths and cavernous drums, Deni can cross that goal from his to-do list. At the heart of the band's music there’s also a sense of longing, an emotional tug, that brings to mind both Coldplay and New Order. Upbeat numbers (like the dance floor gem “Lover’s Game” and the bouncy, guitar-driven “Myth of Youth”) can’t resist turning quiet and introspective enough to slow the dance floor action. The washes of synths on the chillwave-kissed “Life of Crime” and “Kaleidoscope” are painted in melancholic tones. When Deni delivers an ephemeral, operatic howl atop Nathan Blaz's somber cello (as on the lovely “Kites,” which also appeared on the 2010 EP Animal Shapes), one marvels at the band’s vision. This collection seems to be about social myths (youth, love, trust), and it makes a deeply stirring and eloquent soundtrack for charting a path into adulthood.

Customer Reviews

Give it a listen. You won't regret it.

I'm a huge geographer fan. I first heard this album and was slightly underwhelmed... But after about two listens I think it's amazing. So even if you think you won't like it, take a little bit of time, and you'll find yourself in love.


This album is just glorious. Five Stars!!!!!!

A disappointment... It's ok.

It's hardly 5 stars. Give me a break... Who's writing these reviews, the Deni family. Let's be realistic.

I might have had my expectations set too high for this album, but never the less, it didn't even come close to meeting them. I even preordered the album expecting greatness.

I've been a fan for a long time, living in the Bay area. Innocent was a great album and followed by Animal Shapes, I was impressed.

This album is lacking something and although there are some good tracks, the whole thing is quite boring... They have major potential and this album did not live up to that. I hope to see better next time.


Formed: 2006 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Electro-meets-indie pop purveyors Geographer, comprised of singer/multi-instrumentalist Mike Deni, cellist/electronics player Nathan Blaz, and drummer/singer Brian Ostreicher, formed in San Francisco in 2006. The project originated a year earlier, as family strife inspired Deni to relocate from his New Jersey hometown, and for the next several months he built Geographer's foundation by composing songs on guitar and a synthesizer he found on the street. Adding Blaz and Ostreicher to the fold, who...
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Myth (Deluxe Edition), Geographer
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: Feb 28, 2012

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