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Hammock - Maybe They Will Sing for Us Tomorrow CD (album) cover




Post Rock/Math rock

3.65 | 17 ratings

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3 stars Hammock's third full length album is an hour full of guitar-driven instrumental ambient, atmospheric to the fullest. The songs feel like they're somehow transient but still, always moving from nowhere in particular towards an even more undescribable place. The minimalistic approach is quite moving, especially on tracks like "Mono No Aware" and the title track, but overall makes the album a little too flat. It is hard to discriminate between songs as almost all of them share the same soundscape and similar slow, circling harmonies. The picture of grey, dirty streets, cloudy mornings and drug addicts in some back corners, kind of like shown in the cover art is achieved pretty well, I have to admit. While saying so, I feel I cannot give this album more than three stars as it is not especially imaginative or progressive in nature. I believe some ears may appreciate the concept more than I do.
Morsenator | 3/5 |


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