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Palmistry - PAGAN (2016)

19-08-2016, 17:17
2016 | R&B | Electronic

Title: PAGAN
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Mixpak Records
Genre: Electronic, R&B
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 36:48
Total Size: 101 MB


01 Club Aso 03:13
02 Sino 02:20
03 Lifted 02:44
04 Reekin 01:56
05 L After L 03:02
06 Beamer 03:14
07 Paigon 02:43
08 Comeragh Mountains 01:43
09 Sip 03:32
10 Ascent 02:08
11 Great Shall Be Your Peace 04:03
12 Adeus 02:26
13 Sweetness 03:44

2016 release. Palmistry is the project of London-based musician Benjy Keating. A vocalist and producer with a singular vision and voice, Palmistry makes hybridized pop music that is both distinctly new and yet, like the best songwriting, sounds instantly familiar. As the producer, writer and performer of his debut LP, Pagan is a succinct showcase of his holistic approach to contemporary pop, where melancholy and euphoria share equal space and sonic decisions resonate as much as the emotions that run through it. Beyond the music, Palmistry gives us a multi-layered experience - working alongside talented collaborators to build his own visual world through artwork, photography and film. Pagan is the sum of Palmistry's experience and influence which, despite having it's feet firmly placed in London, is global in it's outlook. Elements of R&B, dancehall and more experimental electronic music combine forces with his enchanting voice and the vivid poetry of his songwriting. An open and sometimes vulnerable record, Pagan is ultimately very human - from the sorrow of "Club Aso," to the cynicism of "L After L," the consumerism of "Beamer," or the sensuality and sensitivity of "Sweetness". The title track "Paigon" encapsulates the vibe of the album's totality and vision - a minimalist offering with the club always in the back of the mind, and London in the forefront.

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geomoondog2   User offline   30 August 2016 18:40

MP3 should be banned and replaced by FLAC or second choice APE!!! MP3 amputates vital body parts of the recordings. When are people going to learn this once and for all?

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