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Polyenso - Pure in the Plastic (2016) Lossless

10-04-2016, 16:50
Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Pure in the Plastic
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Dog Radio / Tone Tree Music
Genre: Alternative, Indie Rock, Progressive Rock
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 44:21
Total Size: 281 MB


1. 17 New Years (5:49)
2. Where to Grow (Where to Be Born) (5:31)
3. I.W.W.I.T.I.W. (4:33)
4. Not My Real Life (5:14)
5. /// (A Pool Worth Diving In) (3:54)
6. Price (3:12)
7. Every Single Time (3:51)
8. Let It Go (4:02)
9. Osaka Son (4:32)
10. Moona Festival (3:43)

2016 release. Building off of 2013's cult-acclaimed One Big Particular Loop, Polyenso - Alex Schultz, Brennan Taulbee, and Denny Agosto - has spent the past two years working extensively with producer Jason Pennock. Evolving their particular flavor of indie-rock to include elements of hip hop, neo-soul, and experimental electronics, they pull influences from acts such as Flying Lotus, The Roots, Bright Eyes, and Bjork, half-jokingly referring to their medley as "urban indie progressive." Possessing an unrestricted vision for the musical quality in all things, the band operates like sound designers, pairing synthesizers, pianos and guitars with organic noise and everyday objects like spatulas, wooden bowls and packing peanuts. Polyenso's visionary production is equaled by the freshly unlocked vocal dynamics of Taulbee and Schultz. Led by Taulbee's soothing and provocative melodies, Schultz is tagged in to bring the sexy back on harmonies, occasionally leading himself.

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