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It's a Fine Day, cool album of the day, fab review
"Together these two forces have created a powerful, atmospheric, mood-inducing album full of ambient electroscapes, pop infused melodies, and soulful grooves that leave you feeling uplifted and lighter on your feet. Also be prepared to bust a few moves as this music has a tendency to takeover your muscles and cause them to start moving involuntarily."
-- joshua smotherman / middel tennesee music --
""Tell Me" dips into acid jazz, before soaring back up into a lush topography of digital percussion. The most dance propelled moments comes on "Savior", a song with harmonies that almost remind you of the disco glory days of the early 80's. A futuristic portrait of dance is projected on "Red Lips" which maintains some New Wave, but fully upgraded and cyber infused. The title track glistens in the glimmer of night, as chill wave is married to a more driving beat to create a sensual combustion of the two elements."
"This is one of the more innovative edm releases I have heard this year, Solheim doesn't dumb down any element or go for a lo-fi retro feel on the production, showing confidence in what he has crafted here, just as Blaunenfeldt's performance on this album is very sure of her identity and doesn't see to pay direct homage to her inspirations but celebrate the songs."
"Their debut album It’s A Fine Day, is a collection of polished, urbane tunes like the icy title track, or the kinetic, off-kilter pop of “Planet,” where synths rise and fall as effects buzz and bleep about. She’s Gone” and “The Only Diva” veer in into darker territory; pumping bass and drums keep things dancefloor friendly while vaguely eerie sounds emerge from the shadows to envelope the tracks, giving thing an ethereal, intoxicating aura. Throughout, Lill-Ann Blauenfeldt’s husky, emotive vocals provide another interesting texture, injecting emotion and warmth in contrast to the often chilly production."
-- indies & the underground --