Into the Dark Unknown
Download links and information about Into the Dark Unknown by Holcombe Waller. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 56:51 minutes.
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|2.||Risk of Change||4:35|
|6.||Qu'Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan||3:43|
|8.||Into the Dark Unknown||3:59|
|10.||Bored of Memory||5:52|
|11.||Down & Cried||6:48|
|12.||I Can Feel It||3:28|
Holcombe Waller is an acoustic performer from the West Coast whose gentle guitar and piano musings carry their anxieties in a flurry of fingerpicking and gently sawing strings. “Atlas” sets the tone, with a sound not unlike Elliot Smith, Langhorne Slim, or even Talk Talk’s Mark Hollis. The stripped-down approach rarely grows very grand. The ambience of “The Unicorn” comes close to Hollis’ elusive atmospheres before morphing into something more agitated. “Baby Blue” has a mature melodicism akin to the works of Paul Simon’s son, Harper Simon. But while acoustic musicians draw obvious and obscure comparisons to other acoustic songwriters, Waller’s voice is a gentle weapon that can soar through octaves at will. The cover of Buffy Sainte-Marie’s “Qu’Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan” is a terrific find and a vibrant live performance. However, Waller’s own writing on the spooky “Hardliners” and “Shallow,” the near country-rock of “Into the Dark Unknown,” and the intensely ethereal “Bored of Memory” are sure signs of a formidable talent making his presence known.