TALBOT ADAMS – ” Community Recession Era “

Posted: March 13, 2017 in MUSIC
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Talbot Adams was born and raised in New Orleans. He lived in New York City for five years, where he was lucky enough to intern at Matador Records before returning home and finally settling in Oxford, MS, where he currently lives. After listening and loving his music for years (he was in Uber-Bands like Dutch Masters, Royal Pendletons, Jenny Jeans and The Black and Whites to name a few) here is his new solo record! A-side has previously only digitally or on dc-r available ep Community, b-side is all new Recession Era. Not exactly punk rock but more singer/songwriter Talbot yet again proves what an incredible song writer he is! If you liked the LP on Spacecase or the stuff from his singles like ‘Not Even Europe’ or ‘To Jesse And Jack’ you’ll Llike this one! ”

The album is a low key affair, consisting of Adams and his guitar (mostly acoustic with a handful of electric ones), but it has this subtle psychedelic quality to it that gives you something to keep coming back. Adams’s songs provide a grounded perspective to life in general and seem like an open book into his tender soul. In the hands of a lesser artist it could become a mundane trudge, but Talbot Adams is a tower of album that demands to be heard.



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