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ADAM AND EVE

Loss Of A Child

 

Post Rock/Math rock

3.38 | 6 ratings

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Shakespeare
2 stars Adam and Eve is this English instrumental post-rock's best release to date. The sound and production quality have not improved at all - in fact, at times, it seems as if it has worsened (though not by much). The silly electronic drums are still present, the fake emotional passionate delivery is as daunting as ever, and the impeding distorted guitars still annoy me. The piano lines are improved, though, and still as high and emotional as ever. The homemade feel has not left the production, but there's one thing different about this album than the previous two. Some of the deceitful, misleading emotion that has always felt strained in the past has a more sincere feel at times here, which makes the experience listenable. Hopefully this is the start of something: hopefully Loss of a Child have begun to truly find their feet. Though there's still a lacking of a lot of experimenting, originality, uniqueness, et cetera, I think this underground group is beginning to improve.
Shakespeare | 2/5 |

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