David Loss | Primer

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by David Loss

The tonal ambiances follow american roots but are deterritorialized, disseminated in pure pop sensations. The lyrics are romantic notes that are not necessarily falling back on feelings but more on sensations, with the common vanishing point: “I’m close t
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Oh Lover
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2. Song to My Skull
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3. Lost or Found
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4. The Dj of Your Life
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5. Wasted
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6. Hazy & Lazy
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7. Happy Devil
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8. I'd Like to Meet You
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9. I'm At Home
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10. Crossroads Love Song
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Album Notes
PRIMER : 10 songs recorded with the assistance of producer Rafael Martínez del Pozo, who designs unusual ambiances for an essentially round classic sound. In Primer, David Loss’ voice is written with sound over the rhythm patterns, with more presence and expressive hues as ever. All the record is covered with American roots, but de-territorialized, disseminated in pure pop sensations. The lyrics are romantic notes referring not necessarily to feelings but rather to sensations, its vanishing point (I’m close to you where our distance grows). Primer is, at the same time, a beginning and a summary of the world of David Loss.


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