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2 reviews »Patrick Kelleher 'You Look Cold' is up next for a spin... This is an interesting listen from the off... It has a very evocative feeling about it that mixes dramatic electronics and acoustics. His vocals sit neatly in the mix and the overall style of a few of the tracks I find reminiscent of David Sylvian. This man is clearly an a very talented artist and his tool list is extensive and includes dru ... »

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You Look Cold by Patrick Kelleher
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18 people love this record. Be the 19th!
8/10 Ant Staff review, 16 July 2009
Patrick Kelleher 'You Look Cold' is up next for a spin... This is an interesting listen from the off... It has a very evocative feeling about it that mixes dramatic electronics and acoustics. His vocals sit neatly in the mix and the overall style of a few of the tracks I find reminiscent of David Sylvian. This man is clearly an a very talented artist and his tool list is extensive and includes drums, guitar, Keyboards, violin, cassette decks, rice shaker, omnichord, drum machines, door, hazelnut spread jar etc. Although you get the feeling of someone relentlessly experimenting with sound he's able to draw all the sounds and ideas together, keeping things musical and melodic with extremely well written songs. There's even some lo-fi electro pop moments on here among the ethereal pop. I wish I could spend more time with this. Digipak CD on Osaka and recommended.

10/10 bod Customer review, 9th June 2009

Awesome. The textured album You Look Cold which is released through Osaka on June 19th is a brilliant first release. You can clearly hear influences of early 90s hip-hop, leftfield electronica, experimental/ambient music, lo-fi folk like Animal Collective, film soundtracks and spaghetti westerns. The brilliantly arranged ‘Coat to Wear’ is more indicative, but there’s no denying his talent. In fact, you should just buy the thing. 



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