[electronic, post-punk] (2020) Black Wing - No Moon [FLAC] [DarkA...

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(2020) Black Wing - No Moon




Review:


Darkness touches everything Dan Barrett makes. The Connecticut musician and songwriter has plumbed the murkiest depths of shoegaze and post-punk as one half of duo Have a Nice Life, and treaded bleak gothic folk territory with solo project Giles Corey. But at the heart of even his most ominous and forbidding material is an openness and longing for connection that suggests the darkness he occupies isn’t permanent. That duality heavily informs his music as Black Wing, a project through which Barrett has pursued a gothic synth-pop sound beginning with 2015’s …Is Doomed — music made all the more intimate through Barrett’s lyrical vulnerability. Barrett hasn’t abandoned gloomy atmosphere or harsh, distorted beats on follow-up No Moon, but there’s an unexpected warmth, suggesting Barrett has allowed more light into his insular dirges. Half written during quarantine as an exercise in making something positive from isolation, No Moon juxtaposes moments of overwhelming industrial noise, like on “Vulnerable,” with the bright and gauzy synths of “Always a Last Time.” “Is This Real Life, Jesus Christ” provides an altogether different kind of surprise, its bubbly keyboard throb reminiscent of The Postal Service, and 13-minute closer “Twinkling” is powerful and triumphant in its flashy array of synths. The most revealing moment comes halfway through “Choir of Assholes,” where Barrett unloads a series of palmcorder self-affirmations: “I want to stop suffering so much…to be present and focused…and to be compassionate with others.” It’s in moments like these where Barrett proves that having a dark heart and having a big heart aren’t mutually exclusive.





Tracklist:


01 - Bollywood Apologetics
02 - Ominous 80
03 - Always a Last Time
04 - Is This Real Life, Jesus Christ
05 - Always Hurt
06 - Vulnerable
07 - Sleep Apneac
08 - Choir of Assholes / You Think It'll Make You Happy But It Won’t
09 - Twinkling


Media Report:


Genre: electronic, post-punk
Format: FLAC
Format/Info: Free Lossless Audio Codec, 16-bit PCM
Bit rate mode: Variable
Channel(s): 2 channels
Sampling rate: 44.1 KHz
Bit depth: 16 bits

Files:

(2020) Black Wing - No Moon [FLAC]
  • 09 - Twinkling.flac (75.5 MB)
  • 08 - Choir of Assholes ; You Think It'll Make You Happy But It Won’t.flac (49.1 MB)
  • 02 - Ominous 80.flac (40.2 MB)
  • 07 - Sleep Apneac.flac (38.6 MB)
  • 06 - Vulnerable.flac (37.8 MB)
  • 01 - Bollywood Apologetics.flac (33.6 MB)
  • 04 - Is This Real Life, Jesus Christ.flac (33.2 MB)
  • 03 - Always a Last Time.flac (25.2 MB)
  • 05 - Always Hurt.flac (10.9 MB)
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