Omni - Multi-Task download album
Multi-task by Omni, released 22 September 2017 1. Southbound Station 2. Equestrian 3. Choke 4. Tuxedo Blues 5. After Dinner 6. First Degree 7. Supermoon 8. Date Night 9. Calling Direct 10. Heard My Name 11. Type Atlanta, GA trio Omni charges out of the gate in 2016, stunning everyone within earshot with their debut longplayer, "Deluxe"; a dizzyingly refreshing amalgam of wiry post-punk jitters & a dash of zen cool. Multi-task" is their latest offering & all signs point to the coveted goal of "next level". Guitarist Frankie Broyles (r).
Omni – Multi-Task (2017). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On September - 21 - 2017.
Those fans will stay happy when giving the group's second album, Multi-Task, a spin. The group keeps things simple and similar. Using the same producer, Nathaniel Higgins, and the same studio, they vroom through 11 songs in less than half an hour with the same verve and imagination they did on their first record.
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Halfway through Southbound Station, the opening song on Omni’s second album Multi-task, bassist Philip Frobos sings, I’m just waiting on the vibration. He’s talking about a text message he’s not about his group’s music. This Atlanta, Ga. trio never hesitates to get things moving. Only one of the album’s 11 songs lasts longer than three minutes, and the band always starts in high gear, revving hard before quickly reloading. This brand of restless kinetics could induce listener fatigue, but, much like the best purveyors of musical caffeination-Wire, Devo, Talking Heads-Omni avoid tedium by never forcing the action. They sell their nervous energy not as affectation or aesthetic statement, but simply as a logical way of dealing with the world.
They beat the tar out of the sophomore slump and come away with another instant classic album.
Atlanta trio Omni release Multi-Task barely a year after their debut, Deluxe. That album was a dissonant bliss bomb, a discharge of energy and direction that befits the gilt-edged sharpness of Ought or Protomartyr but without the gurning nihilism, that matches the smartarse pop of Parquet Courts without intellectualising everything. It made an impression. Multi-Task doesn’t rock the boat too much; if anything it is more streamlined, less abrasive, ready to be swallowed whole. It harks further back, to post punk and art rock, and there's a clue in title
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NotesPlain pvc wallet with a picture insert reproducing the sleeve artwork.
|TIM124||Omni||Multi-task (LP, Album, Ltd, Red)||Trouble In Mind||TIM124||US||2017|
|TIM 124||Omni||Multi-Task (CD, Album)||Trouble In Mind||TIM 124||US||2017|
|TIM124||Omni||Multi-task (LP, Album)||Trouble In Mind||TIM124||US||2017|