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Tuomo - The New Mystique (2014)

27-04-2014, 18:14
Soul | Pop | FLAC / APE

Tuomo - The New Mystique (2014)

Artist: Tuomo
Title Of Album: The New Mystique
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: RCA Records Label
Genre: Pop, Soul
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 45:00 min
Total Size: 103 / 300 MB


1. List of Things (02:47)
2. The New Mystique (03:41)
3. Tokophobia (03:32)
4. Waiting for Someone (03:54)
5. Keep Looking up (03:50)
6. Girls (03:51)
7. Empty Words (04:25)
8. Ubiquitous You (03:56)
9. I Don't Dig You (05:11)
10. Like Stone (05:47)
11. Afterthought (04:06)

Who would’ve thought that my parent country would have such a lively and enthralling R&B and soul scene, that just keeps getting stronger and better for every single, album and Soundcloud release? Already being mesmerised by the likes of Humus and Soul Valpio, I gladly add on Mr.Tuomo Prättälä to that distinguished list of soul acts originated from Finland. Tuomo has for several years been active within the Finnish soul and jazz landscape, as a member of Quintessence, and has since 2007 released three albums. So now it’s time to explore his fourth full length release, The New Mystique.

I first came across Tuomo last year, when he lended his smooth and soulful vocals to the track XTRM in the collaboration group TIP, which gave hommage to the 80′s funk/soul era and you can clearly hear influences from that period even on his fourth solo album. But first and foremost, this album is a collection of eleven full bodied, intelligent compositions, that together with the grace and warmth of a contemporary, yet respectfully retrospective production, gives it an edge, that so many like-minded albums lack. And Mr. Prättälä is not afraid of mixing things up with a refreshing feel of 80′s pop era, as in the lovely Like stone.

So 2014 got itself a wonderful start with this exquisitely soulful Finn, that has delived an album well beyond its expectations.

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