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Let You Know - Luomo - Paper Tigers

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  1. Jun 11,  · Luomo, the housier side of Vladislav Delay, comes back for a third round with Paper Tigers, and even though he steers away from the 80s pop of The Present Lover, he doesn't totally abandon it truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfo title track starts off on a spacey, glitch-dub tip. The house is deeper, although not quite as deep as on Vocalcity. "The Tease is Over" comes on like a torch song, while "Cowgirls" has a /5(5).
  2. Nov 02,  · Unlike the previous two Luomo albums, there are no tracks here that really unquestionably stand out as they are all at a near equal level of excellence. All in all, "Paper Tigers" is a truly remarkable work which brings microhouse and pop ever closer together, but one gets the feeling of impending underappreciation - don't let it happen/5(67).
  3. "Paper Tigers" is a good effort but if you are a fan of "Vocal City" (4 stars) and particularly "Present Lover" (5+ stars), you will be somewhat dissappointed in this cd. Those two others are so much better. I wrote a much more detailed review but this silly review writing feature lost it and now you get the abridged version. Amazon, get it /5(5).
  4. Oct 10,  · Paper Tigers Luomo Electronic ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. EDITORS’ NOTES A few songs such as "Let You Know" are downright sensuous, while others like the jazzy, dub-pop "The Tease Is Over" have pretty huge pop hooks working for them (as well as the lovely vocals of Johanna Ivanainen).
  5. Possibly down to the fact that Finland's Luomo (aka Vladislav Delay) is a lumberjack when not in the studio, this mental image of suspended nature pervades throughout 'Paper Tigers'; from the diffused beats and dub-noir of the title track, through to the closing dew shimmer of 'Make Believe'.
  6. On Vladislav Delay's third Luomo album, the Finnish producer continues to push forward and vary his approach, but it's frequently at the expense of straying from his strengths. It's telling that the album's first single, "Really Don't Mind," is the one track that most resembles The Present Lover's high points; incredibly slick without being saccharine, its lithe textures and impossibly adroit 5/
  7. Watch the video for Really Don't Mind from Luomo's Paper Tigers for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Really Don't Mind from Luomo's Paper Tigers for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube.

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