SIMONE FELICE – ” The Projector “

Posted: February 16, 2018 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Lights down, curtain up, flickering camera on: this is the world of The Projector. A handcrafted album of lone guitars echoing in the twilight, nocturnal electronics and woodsy vocals in which you can hear and feel the grain. Of scenes and moods, shouts and cries and pleas, interweaving narratives lovingly birthed in Simone native woods, not far from the Kaaterskill Creek upon which he himself was born.



The stunning album opener and title track of the The Projector “Spectral”, almost skeletal at first, before the mans resonant voice and spartan guitar are joined by shiversome choral vocals from Bat For Lashes Natasha Khan and haunted folktronica from London this genre-surfing experimentalist Four Tet. The track is a hallucinatory walk through the backrooms and hallways of modern human paranoia and tech-induced loneliness, as the warped choir sings: All the while you felt so alone/but all the while there were bugs in the phone and you were not alone.


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