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Cat: TWIMC 7ILCD. Rel: 09 Aug 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Open Sea
  2. Wipe It Off
  3. Some Body
  4. Matters (with Zola Jesus)
  5. Islander
  6. Remember The Future
  7. Crystal (with Jennie Abrahamson)
  8. Race Against
  9. Silence My Drum
  10. Mysteries Of Love
  11. I Keep
Review: Ionnalee's 2018 debut album "Everyone Afraid To Be Forgotten" was superb, so hopes are high for the artist's similarly minded sequel. "Remember The Future" is a little bolder, shinier and more upbeat than its predecessor, though stylistically it still sounds like a 21st century update of Kate Bush's distinctive early '80s sound circa "The Dreaming" and "Hounds of Love". It's a dreamy, ethereal and otherworldly take on electronic pop that's always alluring and often memorable. The album's plentiful highlights include "Some Body", the superb Zola Jesus collaboration "Matters" - a deep, bubbly and intoxicating affair - and "Mysteries Of Love", an echoing, Royksopp-produced cover of a song from David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti's "Blue Velvet" movie soundtrack.
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 in stock $37.84
Cat: TWIMC 7ILLP. Rel: 26 Jul 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Open Sea (4:22)
  2. Wipe It Off (3:37)
  3. Some Body (4:19)
  4. Matters (6:36)
  5. Islander (4:14)
  6. Rememeber The Future (5:10)
  7. Crystal (with Jennie Abrahamson) (5:51)
  8. Race Against (2:42)
  9. Silence My Drum (3:44)
  10. Mysteries Of Love (4:34)
  11. I Keep (4:14)
Review: Ionnalee's 2018 debut album "Everyone Afraid To Be Forgotten" was superb, so hopes are high for the artist's similarly minded sequel. "Remember The Future" is a little bolder, shinier and more upbeat than its predecessor, though stylistically it still sounds like a 21st century update of Kate Bush's distinctive early '80s sound circa "The Dreaming" and "Hounds of Love". It's a dreamy, ethereal and otherworldly take on electronic pop that's always alluring and often memorable. The album's plentiful highlights include "Some Body", the superb Zola Jesus collaboration "Matters" - a deep, bubbly and intoxicating affair - and "Mysteries Of Love", an echoing, Royksopp-produced cover of a song from David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti's "Blue Velvet" movie soundtrack.
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 in stock $46.03
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