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Architect

by C Duncan

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Boots Layers on layers, never cloying but gently supporting the listener. A wonderful escape. I'll Be Gone By Winter is a close second. Favorite track: Novices.
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George Wallace A sumptuous silk lined chocolate box of a record. Evocative of The Association, the Mamas & the Papas, and a swath of their swingjng Continental contemporaries, but not an exercise in nostalgia. Glorious harmonic pop, to bask and burrow in in the Now. Favorite track: Architect.
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Say 04:01
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Architect 03:44
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For 03:51
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Garden 04:18
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By 03:37
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New Water 04:21
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Novices 05:25
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Architect showcases a huge breadth in Christopher’s songwriting abilities. Lead singles ‘Say’ and ‘For’ are characterized by their gentleness and warmth, while ‘Garden’ (released as a single with the album) is bright, sunny, irrepressible. On the other side, ‘By’ and ‘Novices’ draw more overtly from Christopher’s interest in electronic music and modern composition. He references The Knife and Arvo Pärt as willingly as Burt Bacharach and The Carpenters. Add to that shades of Talk Talk, Fleet Foxes, Grizzly Bear, The Ink Spots and the classical and choral compositions of Maurice Ravel and Gabriel Fauré, and a picture of the record collection that informs Christopher’s music starts to become clear.

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released October 23, 2015

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