Tatira: Ghosts of Fall River (Inam Records, 2019)

April 13, 2019 at 7:05 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Tatira: Ghosts of Fall River

Tatira’s newest album goes beyond the new wave-inspired melodies of last year’s Blood Return, reaching a new level of accessibility for the artist. Improbably, this basically sounds like his version of an EDM album. “Ghosts of Fall River” is a pretty standard chugger, but then “Birdsong” is an atmospheric trap banger. “Clearest Night” is a pretty standard, loopy tech-house track, while “Candle and Stone” is a haunted downtempo cave journey. Then “Hell in a Cell” is a surprise peak-time festival bomb which could pass for a Deadmau5 track (except this is way better). “Witch Hunt” continues in a similar mode, while “Spectre” is a lengthy, minimal midtempo trek. Appearances at next year’s WMC and Tomorrowland are unconfirmed as of yet.

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