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Great guitar

Enjoy the clean, melodic, quick guitar riffs, as well as the interesting lyrics.

Bang for your Buck...literally.

You pretty much will like something on this album...and there is probably something you won't. Josh Ottum takes risks. Following the path of great art, his audience is forced to consider life (as only good music can do) while being inspired by beautiful melodies and excellent musicianship. Whether it is the hard hitting/killer synth track "If This Mirror Could Only Talk," or the easy and honest "Pipe Dreams" Josh is able to use creative instrumentation, deeply pondered lyrics and a mastery of the guitar to give you something to chew on, talk about and love. Buy it...listen to it with headphones...and you'll see why I gave Like the Season a five star rating.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Boasting an ear for indie pop hooks and lush, ornate arrangements, Josh Ottum made his songwriting debut in 2007 with the release of Like the Season. Culled from a wealth of music Ottum had written in his Seattle bedroom, the album was recorded with the help of James McAlister and Casey Foubert, both of whom had previously worked with another pop-minded songwriter, Sufjan Stevens. Ottum continued to tour during the following years, and the international release of Like the Season in Europe netted...
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