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Wesley Wolfe – Numbskull (2014) Lossless

10-12-2014, 08:00
Music | Pop | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

Wesley Wolfe – Numbskull (2014) Lossless

Artist: Wesley Wolfe
Title Of Album: Numbskull
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Self
Genre: Indie Rock, Power Pop, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 33:53 Min
Total Size: 233 Mb


01. Lost in My Daydreams (2:44)
02. Cloud Cuckoo (3:58)
03. Fragment of a Dream (2:13)
04. Numbskull (5:49)
05. Jesus Eyes (2:18)
06. Deathrow (2:25)
07. Read My Mind (3:07)
08. Kissing Frogs (3:38)
09. You Complicate Everything (2:49)
10. All That Matters (4:49)

Four albums in and this young man from North Carolina is still struggling to make his prescence felt in an industry which doesn't seem to have done him any favours so far. To be honest he doesn't do himself many either. His attitude is sour without the pessimistic ironic wit of contemporaries with equally sullen outlooks running through their work.
Also, he seems isolated. Unsure of his role and lacking focus. Numbskull has been on repeat play for days now and I still hear very little, if any American roots music coming through the cans. He is obsessed with the cuthroat music industry and this is a recurrent theme throughout the album, resulting in a restlessness which can be overpowering.

The arrangements are those of a perfectionist who keeps missing the target. You can almost sense the point where clutter replaces what could be a fine song, the title track with it's more toned down approach being the exception. On opening number "Lost in a Daydream" he sings “I’m an automatic mind, I get lost in my daydreams and I never come back to my senses” and this is Wolfe all over, lost in his daydreams.

Numbskull is repetetive and predictible both lyrically and musically which is a shame considering he is techically competent and obviously knows his way around both instruments and studios. But it's lacking in creative spark and to make up for it with a quite patronising stance on the world around him.

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