TRACK REVIEW: Josh Ingeldew – Forget It | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Forget It by Josh Ingledew is an incredible masterclass in the rich results of marrying up solid songwriting to brilliantly forward-thinking and creative production. Palm muted acoustic guitars and rich double-tracked vocals set the scene, before a sudden wash of glorious sound swallows us up and throws us back into a wonderfully warped and kaleidoscopic sound world which shifts aesthetics and sonics in a gloriously unpredictable manner.

It’s never cumbersome and heavy-handed, and every sonic shift is executed with purpose and grace. The variety on offer in these mere three minutes equals what some manage to pack into a full LP, and it demands (and deserves) repeated listening to fully appreciate the scale and grandeur of the glorious audio mix. Essential.

 

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