Pond - Tasmania flac album
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But The Weather marked a point in the band’s decade-long career when their pop experienced in brief fits between static obscurities and the acoustic left-turn or two-approached the point of full bloom; on Tasmania, Pond’s melodic gifts are as richly realized as the cherry blossoms name-checked in the album’s opening moments.
The vocalist lyrics here is a change of pace facing more towards the tragedy world around them. However, despite all the positivity on here their is still a lot of concerns that gives this album an overall mild listen. While "Tasmania" becomes inconsistent during the latter half of the record, Pond delivers some interesting aesthetics with Kevin Parker's fingerprints all over them and addresses societal problems with solid writing. Fav Tracks: Burnt Out Star; Tasmania; Doctor's In; Goodnight, . Daisy (grew on me quite a bit, actually).
Produced by former Pond member and Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker, Tasmania is Pond’s eighth studio album.
Tasmania is a music studio album recording by POND (Psychedelic/Space Rock/Progressive Rock) released in 2019 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Daisy (6:20) 2. Sixteen Days (2:53) 3. Tasmania (4:04) 4. The Boys Are Killing Me (3:46) 5. Hand Mouth Dancer (4:40) 6. Goodnight, . 5:24) 7. Burnt Out Star (8:09) 8. Selen� (3:54) . .
In a way, Pond’s eighth album acts like a sister to 2017’s The Weather. Filled with the same dreamy orchestration, flirting with the end of all days and even mixed by Kevin Parker in the same studio, these ten songs make up an excellent addition to Pond’s extensive library of peculiar prog-rock. In moments, Tasmania is guilty of indulging in itself and losing its pace in a cloud of galactic noise, layered with production akin to that which sent Tame Impala’s Currents into every music fan's heavy rotation. Some fans may find these to be the most engaging moments on the album as you find yourself drifting into this peaceful world the band build and tear apart throughout the album.
Friday, 08 March 2019. Written by Grant Jones. Although Parker returns once again to co-produce ‘Tasmania’, his influence is edged out by what feels like a genuine realisation of Pond’s own identity. Unfortunately, they probably would have been better off completing one more semester at the Tame Impala School of Modern Mainstream Psychedelia. The band have stepped tenderly in one direction and then sharply in another with the creation of each new album over the last eight years, perhaps due to their penchant for inviting new collaborators on board. The only consistency in their catalogue appears to be change.