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Cold Beat - Into the Air (2015)

13-08-2015, 05:32
Music | Punk | Indie | FLAC / APE

Cold Beat - Into the Air (2015)

Artist: Cold Beat
Title Of Album: Into the Air
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Crime on the Moon
Genre: Indie Pop, Post-Punk
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 31:50 min
Total Size: 187 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1 Bruno
2 Outrunning Shadows
3 Broken Lines
4 Am I Dust
5 Cracks
6 7 Sisters
7 Clouds
8 Spirals
9 Passenger
10 Ashes

Less than a year after COLD BEAT's debut LP, Over Me, the band is set to release Into The Air on bassist, vocalist, and primary songwriter HANNAH LEW's label Crime On The Moon. Moving past the themes of grief and loss prevalent on Over Me, Into the Air explores ideas both earthly and celestial. Some songs are attempts at describing complex emotional landscapes, while others playfully wonder about physics and astronomy, often delving off into deep fantasy. But it doesn’t stop with the personal or metaphysical. With the exodus of artists and musicians leaving San Francisco due to increased rent prices and overall cultural changes, Cold Beat has persevered through the city’s metamorphosis into a place less and less hospitable to artists. One can pick up on a sense of discontent in the face of a rapidly growing techie millionaire culture on Into The Air. There is a sense of fighting to survive. One can almost hear the struggle represented on the record as guitars face off against increasingly prevalent synths.

The truth is, the formation of a more stable group—including KYLE KING (guitar), JACKSON BLUMGART (guitar), and SUSI LENI (drums)—allowed the group to begin writing more collaboratively, expanding their vocabulary to include lush synths and crisp drum machines. While the record explores a wide swathe of sonic territory—the propulsive rock hooks of “Broken Lines,” the trance electronics of "Cracks," the ethereal abstraction of "Clouds"—it seamlessly transitions between modes, all anchored by Lew’s distinctive glassy vocals. Into The Air is a compelling and coherent document of a band just beginning to push their limits, unafraid to embrace experimentation in the service of their vision.

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