J Fernandez - Occasional Din FLAC album
Title: Occasional Din
Style: Indie Rock, Psychedelic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1898 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1706 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1237 mb
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J Fernandez – Occasional Din (2018). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On November - 8 - 2018. Album: Occasional Din. Released: 2018.
Occasional Din, 2018. Occasional Din, 2018. Volcanic Winter, 03:23. Don't Need Anything, 03:03. Expressive Machine, 03:49.
Sophomore album Occasional Din takes a surprising shift toward more adventurous and acid-bathed sounds. This shift is communicated in the first moments of the album, as field recordings, swirling keyboard lines, and ambient clouds melt into tempered fuzz guitar, falsetto vocal harmonies, and live drums washed in healthy doses of flanger on "Common Sense. At just over a half-hour running time, Occasional Din is best absorbed on repeat, where the refined details of the songs can reveal themselves fully and listeners can get cozy in Fernandez's brightly drawn internal world.
Album · 2018 · 10 Songs. 2018 Joyful Noise Recordings & J Fernandez. See All. Many Levels of Laughter. No Luck & Olympic Village EPs. 2012.
Complete your J Fernandez collection. Occasional Din (LP, Album, Bee). Joyful Noise Recordings.
Occasional Din is a sunny shoebox diorama for the eternal pessimist. Over the past decade, songs by Chicago artist J Fernandez have appeared like unexpected gifts, each time invoking a holiday we didn't realize existed. Like all good holidays, his songs are imbued with a mythical energy, full of curious moods, charmed settings and the timelessness of a familiar moment. J Fernandez started as the eponymous home recording project of Arkansas born Justin Fernandez, who came to Chicago in 2008 to work for map company Rand McNally. He celebrates the mundane, allowing it to permeate his music and its surrounding ephemera - the album’s minimal artwork is even designed to look like packaging, more like a candy bar or box of cigarettes than an album cover. Fernandez starts skeletons of songs with an organ and a Casio drum machine.
On his 2015 debut, Many Levels of Laughter, Chicago singer/songwriter J Fernandez created a contained world of neatly organized bedroom pop, inspecting themes of solitude and disconnection with colorful tunes that borrowed from '60s psych-pop heroes. The album's sound palette employed psychedelic influences nicely without ever pushing them outside of an indie rock comfort zone, much like the earlier output of Fernandez's sometimes tourmates Unknown Mortal Orchestra or backward-leaning bands like Foxygen.
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