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Giorgio Tuma - This Life Denied Me Your Love (2016)

26-02-2016, 17:11
Pop | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: This Life Denied Me Your Love
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Elefant Records
Genre: Indie Pop, Chamber Pop
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 42:44
Total Size: 101 / 252 MB


1. The Wings of a Loser (feat. Matilde Davoli) (1:57)
2. Two Half Moons (feat. Michael Andrews & Matilde Davoli) (4:20)
3. Maude Hope (feat. Laetitia Sadier & Michael Andrews) (5:03)
4. Release From the Centre of Your Heart (feat. Laetitia Sadier, Matilde Davoli, Michael Andrews & Stephen Kaye) (2:59)
5. Foxes Don't Lie (feat. Matilde Davoli) (3:48)
6. Bright Hugs (feat. Lori Cullen & Michael Andrews) (4:12)
7. Mountain Elia K (2:19)
8. All These Snowy Days In Fårö (feat. Populous) (3:09)
9. All These Snowy Days In Fårö II (feat. Matilde Davoli) (2:22)
10. Mat Matite (feat. Matilde Davoli) (3:36)
11. The Holy Warmth (feat. Lori Cullen) (2:38)
12. My Last Tears Will Be a Blue Melody (feat. Matias Tellez & Lori Cullen) (4:04)
13. In Back of You (2:17)

After three singles of collaborations with Malik 'theFreq' Moore, Laetitia Sadier and Lena Karlsson, here is the new album from Giorgio Tuma. "This Life Denied Me Your Love" is a collection of songs made for a galactic cocktail party, where glamour and elegance go subtly and delicately hand in hand, making this a highly exciting but hard to classify collection of songs. The album substitutes the psychedelic fantasy of previous releases for a dreamy elegance, without letting go of the small trademark hallucinogenic touches.At the same time this is probably the most introspective of all of Giorgio Tuma's albums so far. From that opening "The Wings Of A Loser" full of synthesizers, to that fragment of acoustic folk-blues that closes the album ("In Back Of You"), a certain melancholy runs through the album from beginning to end, with its luminous moments and other silent ones, but always with that feeling of unease that stays in the body after a sharp pain. The majority of the songs are produced by Matilde Davoli, one of the emerging figures of electronic shoe-gaze in Italy, and who also adds vocals to one track. Elsewhere there are vocals by Laetitia Sadier on two tracks. Giorgio Tuma's most demanding album, but also probably his most solid. What is unquestionable is this Italian composer's ability is far beyond normal, and it gives shape to unprecedented and unheard of pieces, a breath of fresh air with pop foundations and universal tailoring.

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