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Journal Journal · 2017 · 2016 · 2015 · 2014 · {and before that
Radament s/t https://www.inkoma.com/k/k.asp?id=4693

(7tx DGTL, 40'' - Self-prod. 2017) 

 | pall youhideme
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Exquisite debut for Radament, instrumental duo based in Barcelona, Spain, featuring Juanjo Fernández (Iku Trío, Radas79) on piano and composition, and Italian drummer Giorgio Fausto Menossi (previously with Lonely Drifter Karen and Chupaconcha).
Vibrant and bitter melancholic since the very first notes of opener Snooze, - a blend of elegant jazz patterns and breezy songwriting. The drums/piano percussive phrasing is often of a stunning, contemplating beauty: Bebelle speaks for itself. Fully poetic, so poignant. Or like with Lucy, thoughtful and tense cut. The whole tracklist feeds its tunes on a deeper level, never boring, always catching up the right mood, with an eye for the post-rock fringe and no interest for the current digital age. Alternating swirling crescendo to a more dramatic confessional feel, Radament’s kinetic of experimentation goes freely and compelling at the same time. That’s how you debut.


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Itasca Open to chance https://www.inkoma.com/k/k.asp?id=4692

(11tx CD - Paradise of Bachelors rec 2016)

 | pall youhideme
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Kayla Coehn, aka Itasca, feeds her folk pop tunes with a talentuous gentle fingerstyle touch and melacholic vocals. Her third album, Open to Chance. A sense of background bitterness walks tiptoes through all of her songs. Like, No Consequence is an enchanting trip into this vibe, with steel guitars moaning around her passionated as serious voice. A winning fascination which harmoniously handles, with a cut of unreal and oneiric, the fast country piece G.B.. For sure, songs like Layman’s Banquet and Angel brought me back to Sibylle Baier: her intimacy narrative, nuance and moody pick.. love that. The piano song Carousel is made to drain your tears. The strings and flute of Just for Tomorrow and Daylight Under My Wing are a one way tickets to 60s psychedelic folk age. Daintiness and gentleness able to break you.. Honestly beautiful. Enjoy.


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