Rush Week: Feels$29.98
Release Date: 05-04-2018
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1. Product Details
Limited white vinyl LP pressing including digital download. 2018 release. It's always exciting, and equally difficult, to introduce a new group to the general public. How do you figure out in words what their music is and express it to receptive ears in a way that doesn't demystify it or seeming grandiloquent? But we enjoy exploring new, different worlds, like the one Rush Week offers. The duo from Philadelphia was formed in 2016 by Rachel K. Haines and the producer James Benjamin Thomas, who update the NU Disco, Soul and R&B sounds from the end of the seventies and beginning of the eighties. Their first album, Feels, sounds like the elegance and melancholy of Roxy Music and Talk Talk, modernized with St. Vicent, Étienne de Crécy and Justice, with an irresistible pop filter that brings it closer to Tennis' more recent songs, and that also feeds the dance floor. As we said, it is tremendously difficult to describe Rush Week's music, considering that in the different songs the references jump from one decade to the next, dancing between styles and bringing us closer to the future of pop. The title of the album itself is the best definition of their music, but it there is definitely a word that can express what we can find on "Feels" and that word is "emotions". On the surface and running high. If there are any gaps, fill them in yourselves.
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- Be Like Mike
- Under the Gun
- Last Dance
- Better Off
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