In Evening Air
Download links and information about In Evening Air by Future Islands. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 35:58 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative|
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|1.||Walking Through That Door||4:33|
|5.||In Evening Air||1:13|
|7.||Inch of Dust||3:33|
|9.||As I Fall||5:34|
Baltimore-based Future Islands put Dan Deacon producer Chester Endersby Gwazda at the helm again for their second full-length release. The Islands’ unique sound — soul-rattling pulses of bass, unadorned, bone-smooth percussion, and keyboards possessed by both B-movie and “modern rock” hobgoblins — sets them apart from the current pack of electro-pop artists (actually, they’ve branded themselves a “post-wave” dance band). But frontman Samuel Herring is their real not-so-secret weapon, and his unnerving, over-the-top yowling puts FI a few fields left of the indie-pop center. It’s a delicious pairing, Herring’s gruff delivery of lines like “We go alone at night/to misery’s bed” and Gerrit Welmer’s refreshingly muscular keyboard subduing William Cashion’s engorged bass lines, preventing them from billowing into chaos. Chiming steel- drum tones in “Tin Man” become a menace, a jittery twinkle amid layers of gritty, fuzzed-out bass and keyboards; “Vireo’s Eye” is the spawn of an ‘80s Cure song, with its glacial synths, simmering bass and snapping drum track. In Evening Air is a serious year-end list contender.