Inner Classics

Album Review of Inner Classics by Snowblink.

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Inner Classics

Snowblink

Inner Classics by Snowblink

Release Date: Sep 11, 2012
Record label: Arts & Crafts
Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Pop

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Inner Classics - Poor, Based on 2 Critics

Drowned In Sound - 50
Based on rating 5/10
50

The experience of listening to Inner Classics, the second release from Cali-Canadian twosome Snowblink, is quite easy to replicate. Imagine it’s Sunday morning and you’ve just woken up in a massive, ridiculously comfortable bed, with plump marshmallow pillows and clean linen sheets. There may or may not be someone completely beautiful sleeping next to you (it’s your brain, you’ll have to fill some details in yourself), but there’s certainly sunshine streaming through the curtains.

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Consequence of Sound - 30
Based on rating D
30

Snowblink‘s latest album, Inner Classics, is a refined continuation of their polished folk-pop. Their music is reliant on atmospheric harmony surrounded by slow-building soundscapes that grow steadily within each song. Daniela Gesundheit’s voice is the leading force behind the band; she sings just as often (and as convincingly) in double-tracked vocals as she does in duet with Dan Goldman, the other half of Snowblink.

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