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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
martes, 20 abril 2021

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Sweeney | "Misery Peaks" | Sound In Silence | 2021

 

Sweeney | "Misery Peaks" | Sound In Silence | 2021

Jason Sweeney, bajo el apodo de Sweeny es un compositor y cantante afincado en Kaurna Country en el sur de Australia.

Trabaja en varios proyectos en solitario como Panoptique Electrical, Other People's Children y Simpático, colabora en varios proyectos musicales como Pretty Boy Crossover, Sweet William, School of Two, Luxury Gap, Par Avion, Great Panoptique Winter, Mist & Sea, Winter Witches, GIRL, entre otros.

“Misery Peaks” es una edición limitada de 200 copias coleccionables hechas a mano y numeradas a mano. Es el tercer álbum de larga duración de Sweeney y contiene ocho delicadas canciones adornadas de capas de drones, glitches y paisajes sonoros electrónicos. Combinándose el ambient, neoclásico y el dream pop.

Sweeney, nuestro crooner del Siglo XXI, juega con su voz, procesándola o dejándola frágil, haciendo sutiles guiños a David Sylvian y Marc Hollis.

En “Please Accept My Love”, uno de los notables de este disco, nuestro protagonista exuda puro romanticismo, develando una bella canción de amor en la que se demuestra humildad y entrega.

Las texturas electrónicas en “Stolen Bones” generan un ambiente inquietante, sumado a las sesiones de cuerda, muestran el lado oscuro de Sweeney. 

“Sun” se inicia con ruido en un ambiente post industrial que no hace presagiar las sorprendentes notas de piano junto a una voz lánguida, poderosa y por sobretodo emotiva. “Skin” con sus diferentes capas de voces procesadas y la suya sin efectos, contiene sutiles ruidos, ecos y bellas melodías. “Solitear” parece una canción desesperada donde la voz tiene una sombra de angustia. 

“Sometimes The Rain” es una canción melancólica que cierra un álbum emotivo que encanta por sus candorosas atmósferas. ¡Bello disco! 

https://soundinsilencerecords.bandcamp.com/album/misery-peaks
www.facebook.com/soundinsilencerecords


Guillermo Escudero

Abril 2021

 

Jason Sweeney, under the moniker of Sweeny is a composer and singer based in Kaurna Country in South Australia.

He works on several solo projects such as Panoptique Electrical, Other People's Children and Simpático, collaborates on several musical projects in the likes of Pretty Boy Crossover, Sweet William, School of Two, Luxury Gap, Par Avion, Great Panoptique Winter, Mist & Sea, Winter Witches, GIRL, among others.

"Misery Peaks" is a limited edition of 200 hand-numbered and handcrafted collectible copies. It is Sweeney's third full-length album and contains eight delicate songs adorned with layers of drones, glitches, and electronic soundscapes. Combining ambient, neoclassical and dream pop.

Sweeney, our crooner of the 21st century, plays with his voice, processing it or leaving it fragile, making subtle nods to David Sylvian and Marc Hollis.

In “Please Accept My Love”, one of the notable of this album, our protagonist exudes pure romanticism, unveiling a beautiful love song in which humility and dedication are shown.

The electronic textures on “Stolen Bones” create an eerie atmosphere, coupled with the string sessions, they show Sweeney's dark side.

“Sun” begins with noise in a post-industrial environment that does not presage the surprising piano notes together with a languid, powerful and above all emotional voice. “Skin” with its different layers of processed voices and his own voice without effects, contains subtle noises, echoes and beautiful melodies. "Solitear" seems like a desperate song where the voice has a shadow of anguish.

"Sometimes The Rain" is a melancholic song that closes an emotional album that enchants for its candid atmospheres. Beautiful album!

https://soundinsilencerecords.bandcamp.com/album/misery-peakswww.facebook.com/soundinsilencerecords


Guillermo Escudero

April 2021

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