Thursday, March 29, 2012

Julia Holter: Ekstasis


What is so great about this album? Yoko Ono music does not need to be revisited. It's in between abstract pop and the avante-garde? Perhaps this would have been more suited for the '70s. There's nothing to grasp onto in each track. The songs are background music for people with no rhythm. I haven't smoked a joint to this, maybe that's required, but I find it boring and only buzzing because of label PR and the fact that this music is confusing upon 1st listen. You don't love it or hate it, it's just there. Like an annoying bird chirping at your window. 

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