2012-09-10 13:57:23 UTC


"A good short story writer can draw you into a situation so that you can be a part of the scene that unfolds. They can pick upon those little things that change a life and they can tell their own story in just a fragment of time. Plusplus writes these stories. Listening to Evils is like being read to late at night, and it’s something to keep hearing over and over again. It’s imaginative and eclectic - such a diverse mixture of tracks for daytime ponderings and night-time wanderings. Not many albums set your imagination off like this does. I’ve been daydreaming for weeks." __[ Lou Cato ].

"Game Over" Here is the return of Adam Radmall (aka PlusPlus), Plantman’s guitarist ( WHO HAVE A NEW ALBUM COMING OUT ON ARLEN RECORD IN EARLY 2013 ). After the extraordinary album “Evils” released in March 2011 by La bel netlabel, here is eight new electro-acoustic tracks with a subtle melancholy that characterizes the PlusPlus’s compositions. Also available in limited CD edition with four extra bonus tracks.

“Evils” is like spring that waves from the window, like riding a bike along the paths of a solitary countryside. Gentle caresses of a devilish look. “Evils” is quiet and tension, dreamy english folk of the third millennium. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: Stream and previews are available on [ Archive.ORG ] and [ La bèl netlabel ]. That said... you can go straight for the download on this one as BOTH releases are absolutely SUPREB and goes as the [ POST OF THE DAY ].

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Artist - Plusplus Album - Game Over [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2012 Genre - Ambient, Acoustic, Minimal, Experimental, Post-rock [ POST OF THE DAY ] Tracklist Plusplus – “Animal Masks” Plusplus – “Song for Sonny” Plusplus – “Kerouac” Plusplus – “Broken Doors” Plusplus – “Echoes” Plusplus – “Game Over” Plusplus – “The Old Country” Plusplus – “Tiny hands” -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DIRECT DOWNLOAD Plusplus - Game Over -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Plusplus Album - Evils [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2012 Genre - Ambient, Acoustic, Minimal, Experimental, Post-rock [ POST OF THE DAY ] Tracklist Plusplus – “Oh Mary what have you done” Plusplus – “Evils” Plusplus – “Broken Boiler” Plusplus – “We want be moving today” Plusplus – “Tip Toes” Plusplus – “Chicago” Plusplus – “Swimmer” Plusplus – “Sisters” Plusplus – “Rivers” Plusplus – “Windings” Plusplus – “North Bank Upper” -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Plusplus - Evils -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Ondrej Golis ~ Mi and Lau' ~ Sand Snowman ~ Ass ~ Vàli --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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