Dylan Cox – Animals in The Kitchen

Dylan Cox

Animals in The Kitchen


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Jami Selikow

Published:
Jul 20, 2021

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Sounds like:

Iron & Wine,
Sufjan Stevens,
Fleet Foxes

Tags:

indie rock
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male vocalist
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indie folk

Why do we like this?

There’s something special about this song. I can’t quite put my finger on it though. But that’s the thing with that which is special, it’s often abstract, obscure, a quality that cannot be grasped and yet is felt.

“Animals in The Kitchen” is the kind of song I sit down to write about and have to crane my neck so as to be able to glance far above me in order to catch a glimpse of the musicianship and talent that places such artists high above the ordinary.

The music video too, leaves me in awe, as I take in the music with a deep respect for creativity, artistry, and the coming together of ideas to produce something wholly unique.

A glowing write-up you say? Sit back and be wowed just as I was. Enjoy.




Jami Selikow

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Sufjan Stevens – Tell Me You Love Me

Sufjan Stevens

Tell Me You Love Me


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Mikky Noire

Published:
Feb 20, 2021

Total plays:

1,915

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30 times

Sounds like:

Lucy Dacus,
Andrew Bird,
Phoebe Bridgers,
Sharon van Etten,
Fleet Foxes

Tags:

indie rock
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indie pop
,
indie folk

Why do we like this?

A Quiet Choir / an Angsty Wail

Very few songs out there really advocate for, and explain, anxiety in a comprehensible and beautiful way.

What Sufjan Stevens has done with “Tell Me You Love Me” is something quite special. Making use of a crescendoing vocal track that overlays itself continuously with building vocals and instruments, they create an indie rock track that feels like a Christopher Nolan soundtrack.

What this song does so amazingly, for me, is that it touches on that melancholic detachment that comes with anxiety when asking people to just be present, whether it be a loved one, a friend, or a family member.

Its flowing vocals create a wail and cry for help that builds into one of my favorite moments of music in 2021 so far!




Mikky Noire

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