Youth Lagoon – Raspberry Cane

February 26, 2013

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sound from Youth Lagoon and one of our favorite tracks of the year. “Raspberry Cane” only adds to the strength of this album. It begins hazy, with signature Youth Lagoon tones behind Powers’ delicate, high voice. But just as in “Mute”, the track does a 180 when the percussion comes in. It turns into a 7 minute synth epic that you just don’t want to end. And finally when it does, Powers brings back the quiet melody we heard at the start of the track. This just shows how far Youth Lagoon can take his melodies, how many places he can bring you, and how many different emotions he can conjure up. Wondrous Bughouse has got to be one of the best albums of the year.


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