Todd Tobias “Tristes Tropiques” Reviewed at Music Won’t Save You

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Once the conceptual track permeates a Todd Tobias album, which after producing and starred opposite Robert Pollard, has now dropped steadily in the instrumental composer robes.
If ” Impossible Cities ” (2014) retraced “Invisible Cities” by Calvino, “Tristes Tropiques” echoes the melancholy tropical namesake of Claude Levi Strauss essay.

Tobias translates the content into sound by combining an environmental landscaping made of modulations in tremulous transformation with warm synthetic puffs and rhythmic fragments that refer, in fact, to be decided by the colors of the atmosphere and yet imbued with languid silence to fall by a tropical night, he does not know festive but profound environmental nostalgia.

Music Won’t Save You

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