All about Max - Nothing to say (muerte005)

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All about Max - Nothing to say (muerte005)

Sweet instrumental folk-pop

This is the first release of an italian guy who calls himself 'All about Max'. It's up on Muertepop records in a co-production with Peteran records . And it's a fine one. Acoustic guitar chords, sweet melodies, understated electronics and a portion melancholia - the songtitles suggest that this release is about an autobiograhic story. There are no vocals on this one, as the title says: Nothing to say... Instead he plays 'just music', and that's fine. The release notes desribes his music like eating a cake: the delicacy of Postal Service, Sufjan Stevens, The Album leaf and Death Cab For Cutie have inspired and sometimes influenced autobiographic facts told by Max. Fine one for long warm summer evenings, very positive!

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01 - Sending thoughts
02 - My wallet got stolen
03 - Typing and travelling
04 - Acoustic frame
05 - November 4th
06 - There is always a second chance
07 - Dan's song

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Vote Result
Score: 8.3, Votes: 8

Good stuff

This is just good stuff through and through. Don't miss it! A must-have album, it's good for play after play.