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Night Marcher - Modern Maze (2016)

22-06-2016, 13:29
Pop | Rock

Title: Modern Maze
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Night Marcher
Genre: Rock, Pop Rock
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:35:27
Total Size: 102 mb


01. Saint 02:41
02. Holy Ghost 03:18
03. Broken Path 03:42
04. Scars 03:54
05. Mask 02:39
06. Mistakes 03:58
07. Shoved 02:46
08. Chin Up 03:40
09. People are Screaming Jesus 04:50
10. Kro 03:59

SOMETIMES A CLEANLY recorded and tastefully performed album can be more frustration-inducing than a bad one. In the current climate this can often be blamed on obvious glaring omissions from or inclusions in an otherwise professional offering.

Under the name of Night Marcher, Salt Lake City, Utah, rock/soul exponent, Rob Reinfurt has delivered a tightly compact, clean, and stylistically concise record in Modern Maze. Self-produced and beautifully engineered by David Peters, the record carves its careful arrangements neatly around Reinfurt’s characterful cross-over vocal style which brings to mind those of Jeff Buckley and Macy Gray. Contributing much instrumentation himself, Reinfurt is accompanied by a musically accomplished rhythm section who are clearly aware of what not to play and when not to play. Topping it off are the carefully placed piano and keys overdubs of Peter Adams and Aimee Nolte, who herself is one of a quartet of backing vocalists that really set these songs alight when singing at full lung capacity.

Regardless, my earlier praise of sonics and performance stands. But Modern Maze reaches its plateau early and remains there, dangling, riding itself out with little dynamic variation. This is all too common with albums today – The constant restatement of a particular vibe, mood or formula across the vast scope of an art form that used to be an exercise in taking a listener on a joyride that encapsulated anything from relaxed cruising to the endurance of white-knuckled high-speed curves. Instead we have a generation of music that to a massive extent plays it oh so safe. There’s no question of talent, but alone it’s not enough.

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