Chris Tate of D_rradio’s second full length as Score. With dashes of Tortoise, Mogwai and Helios, Score always stays soft and keeps the post rock vibes under a sheen of sweet electronic manipulations, glitches and ambiance. Lift music comes out through Symbolic Interaction’s CLR series. Comes with a lush postcard.
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This is ‘Lift Music’. This is Chris Tate’s (D_rradio) second album as Score. It’s very nice. So nice, in fact, that it trumps any music I’ve heard in a lift, ever. That’s an elevator, for all the American readers. Oh I know you know… it’s my job to be patronising, plus I’m British so 'May' you spare me a little sympathy please... thank you.
OK. This is lovely. Elegant post-rock dynamics are bleeding prettily out of the Norman review headphones, guitars throb softly against dusty synths that sound sometimes like flutes and other times like harmoniums. Or is that harmonia? There are tinkles of piano, distant xylophone, melodic bass. ‘Past Tense’ is a wistful summer breeze, totally unhurried; drums are brushed, piano touched by feathers, guitars sounding like they’re wilting and melting under a mid-July sun. But I’m a sucker for this stuff. Wistful instrumental music to daydream to.
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