The Optic Nerve - Death And Vanilla - To Where The Wild Things Are..... (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ The Optic Nerve - Death And Vanilla - To Where The Wild Things Are..... (CD, Album)

  1. ‎With a sound that marries vintage keyboards to subdued psychedelic pop with heavy soundtrack and dream pop influences, the Swedish duo Death and Vanilla picked up the torch that bands like Broadcast and Stereolab carried so well in the '90s and s. Formed in the town of Malmö, Sweden by Marleen N. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  2. out of 5 stars Death And Vanilla - 'To Where The Wild Things Are' (Fire Records) Reviewed in the United States on July 1, Looks to be the band's third CD, as Death And Vanilla are from Malmo, Sweden/5(6).
  3. Music Reviews: To Where the Wild Things Are by Death and Vanilla released in via Fire. Genre: Dream Pop.
  4. Where the Wild Things Are starts off with some of the most "pop" songs they've ever recorded, typified in the sweet and melodramatic "Arcana," and the classic pop inspired "Time Travel." Like Sendak's book of the same name, the album then proceeds into stranger and stranger territory, resulting in some of the most experimental material Death and Vanilla have produced, such .
  5. Now, newly signed to Fire, the band return with 'To Where The Wild Things Are.' Named after the Maurice Sendak children's book, the album is comprised of pop music with a wild, dreamy and experimental edge, celebrating imagination and the ability to .
  6. Death And Vanilla may sound like cuties, but they've got teeth. The band's fondness for over-long outros means that it occasionally drifts, where a tighter edit would have made it soar. But for the most part this is an entrancing album of spectral lullabies. 8/ Words: Will Salmon.
  7. CD: Death and Vanilla – To Where the Wild Things Are but they certainly get the sentiment, and new album To Where the Wild Things Are is decorated with moments that are redolent of this magical, childlike state. As Marleen Nilsson's breathy, lullaby lilt drifts along, the carousel keyboard tones of “The Optic Nerve”.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Blue Vinyl release of To Where The Wild Things Are.. on Discogs.4/5(11).
  9. May 04,  · Listen to your favorite songs from To Where the Wild Things Are by Death and Vanilla Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *