Label: Casa del Puente Discos - CPD 015 • Format: CD Album • Country: Argentina • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Deep House, Minimal
Cowgirls - Luomo - Paper Tigers (CD, Album)

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 · Listen to your favorite songs from Paper Tigers by Luomo Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.

 · On Vladislav Delay's third Luomo album, the Finnish producer continues to push forward and vary his approach, but it's frequently at the expense of straying from his strengths. It's telling that the album's first single, "Really Don't Mind," is the one track that most resembles The Present Lover's high points; incredibly slick without being saccharine, its lithe textures and impossibly adroit.

Paper Tigers penetrates so deeply because the finer points of Delay’s sound are thrown at you with unrelenting vigor and rapidity; they attack like objects of blunt force while retaining the form and style that can only come from master craftsmanship. Many of the album’s songs move fluidly through dynamic percussive shifts, while.

 · Luomo ReleaseProduct Paper Tigers Label Huume Recordings Catalogue Number HUUME10 Release Date January 1,

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  1. Third album from Luomo (AKA dance producer Vladislav Delay) featuring vocal assistance from Johanna Iivanainen. Paper Tigers is filled with Dub-House-Disco workouts that are /5(6).

  2.  · Literally every track on this cd is phenominal and lives up to Luomo's sultry, classy sound he is known for (atleast on this alias). The perfect cd for a lazy afternoon, or really anything. If you like Luomo, this cd belongs in your collection/5(6).

  3.  · On Paper Tigers, Luomo remains the most melodic of Ripatti’s aliases; he experiments with silky house-diva vocals on “Really Don’t Mind” and fleshes out the brittle electronics of “The Tease Is Over” with bluesy torch singing. But those moments .

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