|Artist:||Zola Jesus||Added:||Aug 2013|
|Label:||Sacred Bones Records|
|Add Date:||2013-09-01||Pull Date:||2013-11-03|
|Week Ending:||Oct 20||Oct 6||Sep 29||Sep 15||Sep 8|
|1.||Jul 10, 2014:||Binders Full of Sopranos
In Your Nature
|4.||Oct 15, 2013:||Meow
|2.||Nov 06, 2013:||Meow After Midnight
Run Me Out
|5.||Oct 02, 2013:||Sunflower Sutra
|3.||Oct 19, 2013:||Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
|6.||Oct 02, 2013:||post meow
1. *(4:55)—Slow, stately and bright (key of C major). Stays calm and never builds. Ends on a slightly dark note.
2. (4:27)—Mid-tempo and upbeat. Poppier style. Epic 80s-ish drums slide in. Strings offer some dissonance.
3. *(3:42)—Medium-fast. Staccato strings. Feels starker than the previous two songs—nice.
4. *(3:42)—Medium-fast. Darker feel to this one. Drums again, but this time more subdued.
5. (3:31)—Medium-fast. Dance beat. Lots of background vocal tracks. Not really digging it.
6. (5:01)—Slow. Smooth, melancholy strings. The drum programming feels overdone in this context.
7. (3:24)—Slow, dark, a little dissonant. The drums here are really unnecessary, but this is still pretty.
8. (3:24)—Medium-fast. Again, the strings are gorgeous and full, but the drums and effects distract from the emotional core of the song.
9. *(4:07)—Slow and drum-less. Similar to the first track in its balance of drama, melancholy, and lightness. This one builds to a climax, though.
10. (4:52)—Slow, dark, and bouncy. Features drum programming and minimal synths.
|1.||Avalanche (Slow)||6.||Sea Talk|
|3.||Hikikomori||8.||In Your Nature|
|4.||Run Me Out||9.||Collapse|