Masked Dancers: Concern In So Many Things You Forget Where You Are (studio album) by The Brave Little Abacus
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The best album by The Brave Little Abacus is Just Got Back From The Discomfort - We're Alright which is ranked number 3018 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 503.
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This is Masked Dancers: Concern in So Many Things You Forget Where You Are by The Brave Little Abacus
Midwest emo / post rock / Math Rock
And with every scream, you can feel it too. You feel the loneliness, the insecurity in that lisp.
Masked Dancers is an album plagued by longing and sorrow. That insane songwriting that’s somehow both technically complex and simple/catchy. Those warm guitars and some of the best drumming you have ever heard in your goddam life. Oh and that production, that dreamy dreamy production. Euphoric. Adam Demijirian, the lead vocalist, has what can be described as a very strained relationship with pitch, tone, intonation, and all the other basics. He has a very present speech impediment that makes the sound “ess” nonexistent in his vocabulary. Yet, it fits perfectly. It couldn’t have been any other way. Every note fits just the right way.
Midwest emo is this kind of music that a bullied lonely kid would listen to on the bus while looking through the window and wishing for a better life. Adam is that kid. You are that kid. This album is an escape, if just for 50 minutes, to a world where the only voice in the room is the one that gets you
9.5 shrieks / 10
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