>>61778674 Fully agreed, and had it been Panda's first released solo effort it would be by far recognized as his best. But because it has some similarities to PP it won't reach that status in consensus despite being a much better album overall
>>61778850 Funny, for me it's basically that list flipped.
Last night at the jetty Alsatian darn Slow motion You can count on me Tomboy Benefica Scheherazade Surfers hymn Drone Afterburner Friendship bracelet
All except the top 5 are basically interchangeable though, it's a wholly great album and all the songs are at least an 8. As a full album I feel it's not as cohesive or interesting as person pitch but I love both very much for different reasons
>>61782305 I should also probably clarify that the only ones I don't care for are the bottom three and that the live versions of almost the entirety of the album are superior to the official recorded versions (especially for scheherazade which goes up a fuckton rating-wise)
>>61782409 I just don't care for the melody in it mate, it feels like absolutely nothing special for him. Also quite honestly it seems like every time he tries to incorporate dance music into his instrumentals he fails horribly and the songs turn out mediocre. The only time this hasn't been true is with The Preakness, and that's a shame considering how safe he's been with his instrumentals on his past two albums. Honestly if it weren't for Person Pitch I wouldn't think he was able to make a truly great electronic pop instrumental at all whatsoever.
>>61782527 Really? I don't see it at all, but then again I don't think I've given it enough listens to really have a strong, detailed opinion on it. Interested to know what you think is dancey about it though.
>>61782663 Well, I think how you perceive it comes down to a personal and subjective history of what you really listen to. Like, I don't really listen to a lot of rock music, so I don't quite hear the Beach Boys influence in the vocals/vocal harmonies like so many people do, because that's not really what I focus on or what interests me.
However I love dance music, so I tend to really zero in on the instrumental rhythmic portion of Person Pitch, and I hear that in the evolving and subtly changing rhythms built through repetition - how he adds and subtracts elements to build momentum. Panda has said that one one of his biggest influences for PP is Ricardo Villalobos (or really any other minimal/mico house artist) and imo you can really hear it in how he creates tension in his tracks
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