Japanese Breakfast / Soft Sounds From Another Planet
Album: Soft Sounds From Another Planet   Collection:General
Artist:Japanese Breakfast   Added:Jul 2017
Label:Dead Oceans  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2017-07-20 Pull Date: 2017-09-21
Week Ending: Sep 24 Sep 17 Sep 10 Sep 3 Aug 27 Aug 20 Aug 13 Aug 6
Airplays: 2 3 2 4 5 4 5 4

Recent Airplay
1. Jun 05, 2024: Phone Scam
Diving Woman
4. Apr 04, 2024: emergency meeting
Road Head
2. May 20, 2024: emergency meeting
Road Head
5. Nov 30, 2023: down in the basement
Road Head
3. Apr 18, 2024: down in the basement
Diving Woman
6. Oct 05, 2023: down in the basement

Album Review
Super Chuck
Reviewed 2017-07-11
Japanese Breakfast is the solo project of Michelle Zauner, and Softs Sounds from Another Planet is her second full-length. Focusing forward a lot more than her previous effort, there’s a lot more wonder and hope this time around. Filtering the best parts from the music of her peers through her unique voice she strikes gold for a second time as she evolves.

Like: Adult Mom, Frankie Cosmos, Jay Som

FCC Clean.

Play: 2, 3, 6

1.Diving Woman (6:33) Sprawling chug of guitars and drums.
2.Road Head (3:15) Flourishing synths & smooth instrumentation.
3.Machinist (3:37) Downbeat and brooding electronica.
4.Planetary Ambience (1:17) Warps its entire melody making for an eerie
5.Soft Sounds from Another Planet (3:21) Dreamy lo-fi keyboards.
6.Boyish (3:33) Solemn creep to a soaring sway as its string lines
7.12 Steps (2:37) Growling vocals and crackling guitars.
8.Jimmy Fallon Big!(2:36) Spacey vocal and guitar combo.
9.The Body Is a Blade (3:40) Angsty guitars with nice synths.
10.Till Death (2:54) Pained melodies with trumpets at the end of the track.
11.This House (3:02) Sad vocals lo-fi throwback.
12.Here Come the Tubular Bells (0:41) Dark instrumental outro.

Track Listing
1. Diving Woman   7. 12 Steps
2. Road Head   8. Jimmy Fallon Big!
3. Machinist   9. The Body Is A Blade
4. Planetary Ambience   10. Till Death
5. Soft Sounds From Another Planet   11. This House
6. Boyish   12. Here Come The Tubular Bells