Few groups bend genres in a successful manner. Noble Robot has no problem delivering a blurry line on the new single, while exuding their (trademark) quirky musicianship, tinged with improvisational risk
A precious cool scenario walking the city streets in some vintage pastels, with a vivid sheen to outline the shadows
The emotions released and resonating off the coral reef, boomeranging back to you, the image walking underneath the clouds.
Quality sounds plastered with rich textures, immediately set the track up. There’s an experimental nature which stands out in a big way on the break down. Sounds that remind me of whales communicating a complex translation.
Just really cool sounds man, a wondrous colorful explorations in what will eventually be on a cassette at some point, I hope.
Kids can make you see the colors all over again, make you see the youth in yourself as you explore the sand for the very first time together. This song is that experience!
Sometimes pop music just needs to be classic in the sense it makes you happy, and shuffles those endorphins up and up around the home front. These things are not easy to do, especially while maintaining some semblance of integrity to the craft without spilling over into redundancy.
Simply a smooth, Michael Jackson (esque) number, from the dudes called BoomBox. FREE exclusively via This Song Is Sick.