Horrible Oracle Blessedness

by Am-Boy

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KingBo0?
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KingBo0? This warm, synthy album is amazing, Each track has a sort of, pop to it. They fade in and out, slowly yet with enough force to leave you wanting more. Favorite track: Seaward Classic.
Jason Foerster
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Jason Foerster I really enjoy this album. Reminds me somehow of the soundtrack to Glover on the N64, mixed with Locust Toybox. The perfect mix of complexity and repetition make this work perfect music to listen to while being productive on your own rites. Not music to play off of bad speakers however. I also believe that the strongest tracks are towards the beginning of the album, so I do not feel that it finishes incredibly strong. Still, this is music that I find myself "craving" every once in a while. 8/10 Favorite track: Moving Up In The World.
Osfaughn عسفان
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Osfaughn عسفان Sometimes the simplest of the things can be the most powerful, impactive, and original; that's how I feel about this album. It's the first album I've heard in 10 years that's really felt magical to me. Favorite track: Full Circle.
Alessandro Manica
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Alessandro Manica The melodies, arpeggios and musical stairs played by AM-Boy are maybe simple, but the sum of the different parts of the songs give often birth to qualitatively valid IDM compositions. The more you play it, the more you like it. 8.5/10 Favorite track: Seaward Classic.
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16 tracks of addictive Technicolor synth-tunes, and the latest dose from a body of work that has earned him the title of "Walt Disney on Acid". Am-boy is coastal NJ's Forrest Wolf, and ‘Horrible Oracle Blessedness’ is his third full-length release. Perhaps more so than ever before, ‘Horrible Oracle Blessedness’ is filled with his trademark sugary hooks and pristine production that will leave you with a smile on your face and a head full of melodies you won’t stop humming.

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released May 17, 2013

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