8 thoughts on “ 2:54 - The Other I (CD, Album)

  1. On their sophomore release The Other I, sisters Colette and Hannah Thurlow sojourn deeper down the shadowy path they first cut on their debut. Operating under the numeric moniker (which apparently is the track location of a favorite Melvins drum fill), the two Londoners sound moodier than ever as they blend pastoral, Cure-like dream pop with punchy, downcast guitar rock.7/
  2. Nov 10,  · The Other I Alternative • Play Shuffle. Editors’ Notes For their second album, the duo —featuring sisters Colette and Hannah Thurlow—further investigate the moody brilliance of their debut. The sturdy consistency of their rhythm section, Joel Porter and Alex Robins, frees the sisters to explore a variety of tones and.
  3. To denote a second album as sounding more polished than the first always feels like damning its makers with faint praise. A bit of a head patting, yes, good, yes bravo. You’ve been doing this for so long now, and oh my, how you’ve grown. And yet, it does feel appropriate with ‘s The Other I. It is a bit more well done, or at least.
  4. The Other I remains obviously When they do verge upon hope, it's still veiled in their trademark solemnity, but even so, it demonstrates a fresh facet of the band that never appeared likely. The evolution between records is evident, and no one can rightly accuse 7/
  5. Nov 11,  · made a strong impression with initial singles "Cold Front" and "Got a Hold", evoking a more bottom-heavy and emotionally distant Cure. On their second full-length they acknowledge the.
  6. by , released 1. Revolving 2. You're Early 3. Easy Undercover 4. A Solute 5. Scarlet 6. Sugar 7. Circuitry 8. Watcher 9. Ride Creeping From its spacious, shoegaze-inflected production to the surprisingly clean melodic lines that resonate throughout, this is an album that rings with the honed precision and craftsmanship of a job thoroughly done.
  7. In July , announced they had signed to the independent record label Bella Union. They released their second album later in the year, "The Other I", produced by Hannah and Colette with James Rutledge. Initially making available a stream of the track "Orion". They embarked upon a UK tour in November
  8. Other is the ninth studio album by English singer-songwriter Alison Moyet, released on 16 June , by Cooking Vinyl. [12] It is her first album of new material since 's The Minutes, which saw her returning to her electronic music roots.

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