Something that feels very gentle & intimate at first, later drawing you in with its sense of togetherness, then finally evolving into something quite chaotic & overwhelming, even slightly unsettling.
The musicianship is superb, as is the creativity. It’s the perfect meeting of the bizarre & the skillful, the unknown & the ever-impressive. The journey the audio takes you on is wonderful, weird, powerful & impossible to predict.
The sort of release that reminds you of the power of the album, the strength of a collection under a particular light – the experience is much more mighty when taken on in its entirety, as intended.
Considerately crafted, as is generally the way with Strangely Alright. There’s always an element of fun, creativity, and some underlying depth or message.
Open & unapologetic lyricism, creative musical sculpting, and a personal truth that is likely to connect with those who’ve been through similar experiences.
Once you adjust to the rhythm & relevance of these sounds, you witness & connect with the songs – the melodies, the riffs, the raw emotion of the lyrics.
When we’re faced with a mainstream arena of over-produced songs that are all too often formulaic, Ace Lover is precisely the kind of option music fans need.
The initial drop at one minute in is inspired. What follows is a hypnotic, impeccably original take on an absolute classic. So much individuality.
The artistry is powerful. There’s a sense of craftsmanship, a story to it all, which makes the listening experience so much more interesting & valuable.
One of the most impressive producers & creatives of recent years. This is the compelling, limitless, unwavering future of music.
The music takes on the role of the story. If you listen in full, the experience is a journey; similar to the sort we embark upon when reading fiction.
The depth & passion with which this was created is clear, everything takes into account these real feelings & experiences that drove the artist to compose.