Aromanticism (album) by Moses Sumney

Aromanticism
Aromanticism by Moses Sumney (2017)
Release date: 2017-09-22
Overall rank: 5,667th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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From stereo_mike 07/15/2019 16:57
There’s a lot to love here, but I am particularly fascinated by Moses Sumney’s gorgeous voice. From the first track onwards you feel that his voice alone can take you away to another place, that it doesn’t need to get more complicated. But as the album adds more and more elements over its runtime, you realise it can and does get even better.
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From vinnid127 01/07/2018 03:48
A powerful, powerful listen by a young artist deserving of much more credit. The mixtures of soul, art rock, trip-hop and electronica create a record both entrancing and unsettling, one that truly climaxes with "Doomed", quite possibly one of the most tragically beautiful songs this reviewer has heard in a LONG time.
This is the perfect record for any dingus who says "good music doesn't exist anymore."
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From poppmusic 12/25/2017 06:17
My AOTY, this one takes you further. It stretches the music, embellishes every little emotion, and leaves you heartbroken, like a great opera aria. The sparse instrumentation and electronic loops create a seductively dark atmosphere which traps you in its bosom. Yes, it's surprising that the album takes so much from the romantic period of music even as it rejects it through its lyrics, we are hearing music that is reinventing the wheel a bit, though certainly with influences from Radiohead, Joanna Newsom, Sufjan Stevens, and Frank Ocean. Only downside is it's only slightly longer than 30 minutes, meaning the album had some more room to grow and congeal.
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From dirtymike 12/12/2017 03:23
This is a fantastic album. Quite a bit of Radiohead influence. I'll update this once I've listened more.

Best tracks: Don't Bother Calling, Quarrel, Indulge Me
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From johnner 09/26/2017 23:31
For an album about lovelessness, Aromanticism is a strangely seductive one, occupying it's own space, uniquely at odds with the rest of the world. Romance is out, with many of the songs offering revealing yet affecting critiques on relationships. Make of it what you will, it's another world but it is a beautiful one. Step Inside.
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