|03-01-2008, 01:30 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2008
Air Traffic have proven that indie bands are not all identical in terms of music, their rise to the floor has been a revelation for the phenomenon. Melodic expliotation is prime and very much formidable in the bands music, creating that urge and sombre style. Truthfully artistic and overpoweringly addictive, shooting star is the next song in Air Traffic's engrossing review debut. Commencing with a soft and elagantly poised touch, and then ending in a routh inventing ride.
Piano plays a colossal part in there revolution, it's sectioned quite excessively but doesn't ruin the vibe of the product, and it compliments the songs wonderfully. Charlotte is a relentless love melody, laced in charisma and genuine ability from the band. it's argued that Fractured Life isn't diverse enough to receive publicity or the highest regard. it does contain it's flaws, it's repetitive edge but as debuts go its GROUNDBREAKING. The record speaks freshness and tranquillity with a state of promise for the in the near future.
|03-03-2008, 05:31 PM||#4 (permalink)|
I'm sorry, is this Can?
Join Date: Jan 2008
I'm sorry to be critical, but I'm trying to be constructive here. It's obvious your review is favourable however you give no real reason why, and you manage to describe the music without actually describing it. Having never heard Air Traffic, you have given me no reason to want to hear it, you have also not given me any indication as to why I should care.