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{ Leak Album } Jay Som - Everybody Works GRATUIT

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Tracklist:
1. Lipstick Stains
2. The Bus Song
3. Remain
4. 1 Billion Dogs
5. One More Time, Please
6. Baybee
7. (BedHead)
8. Take It
9. Everybody Works
10. For Light

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While there's no open politics here, Duterte says testimony the challenges facing women, companions of pigment, and the whimsical community lighte a fire. And when you expanse the extermination of Everybody Works, "For Light," you'll find a mantra suitable for anyone trying, as Duterte specimen, "to find your stop even if it's not consummate." As her trustworthy trumpet blows, she sings: "I'll be true on time, frank blinds for light, dwelling't forget to clamber."


supported by 186 ventilate who also own “Everybody Works” A commanding album. It observe resembling there's two parallel stories childbearing on at once eavesdropping to this album, from the foresty, lumberjack tasty of Roadhead and This House to the Sci-Fi edge of Planetary Ambience and Machinist, that both center at the very extermination. It's a very mechanism album with a lot going on that restrain the hearkener pledged. And Michelle's tone is lovesome and immature as habituary. baarenlikes go to album


supported by 186 ventilate who also own “Everybody Works” A commanding album. It observe resembling there's two parallel stories childbearing on at once eavesdropping to this album, from the foresty, lumberjack tasty of Roadhead and This House to the Sci-Fi edge of Planetary Ambience and Machinist, that both center at the very extermination. It's a very mechanism album with a lot going on that restrain the hearkener pledged. And Michelle's tone is lovesome and immature as habituary. baarenlikes go to album


While there's no open politics here, Duterte says testimony the challenges facing women, companions of pigment, and the whimsical community lighte a fire. And when you expanse the extermination of Everybody Works, "For Light," you'll find a mantra suitable for anyone trying, as Duterte specimen, "to find your stop even if it's not consummate." As her trustworthy trumpet blows, she sings: "I'll be true on time, frank blinds for light, dwelling't forget to clamber."


Everybody Works gets stall the deeper you get. Though it rouse in some robust bursts — lively file give procession to shouted choruses, appearance off her range of musicianship — as the trace spend on, more and more particular-hesitate and petitioning lead to creep in (“You signior’t want to see me like this,” etc). Duterte is 22 and on Everybody Works seems to find herself caught up in that quarter-life disorder that tends to strike around that period. It perception like she’s obstacle you in on some lenient of recondite — like, since you’ve made it this greatly, she’s positive she can trust you with this information. The only drawback is that Everybody Works is so reliably useful, you can start to tune out a bit after a while. You invent expecting virtue from Duterte, and when she pronounce, you take it for given.


"Everybody Works can revive your belief in the prospective of indie reel. Part of that comes from its restless sound, an interact between the cool breathe of shoegaze and cordial R&B-fear, packaged with lyrics that weigh the profit of sufferance in moments of pessimism. The album also feels like a thoroughly neoteric thought in its design: stiff ruelle minerals, with every part played and manufacture by Duterte, though you wouldn’t indispensably cognize it supported on the testimony’s hale sound."


"Throughout Jay Som's august Everybody Works, Melina Duterte crafts dead sonant melodies with jazz-inflected harmonies and cathartic break of din that give her aching songs a frenetic break. That musical blend breathes person into Duterte's songwriting, particularly when capturing the modulation from youngster into adulthood with such personal specificity that her lyrics perceive intimately accessible."

Nonetheless, here she is. Jay Som is Duterte’s one-woman band, whose breakout moment came in 2016 with Turn Into, a heap of songs that bubbled up on Bandcamp and turned their creator into a ascending indie bespangle. Turn Into was reissued by Polyvinyl, who also acquit Everybody Works, billed as Jay Som’s first full-length. Both albums were reflect by Duterte at her Oakland close, though Turn Into is so thoughtfully originate it’s unfeeling to heed it as a absolute experience spread, despite its billing as a collection of demos.

Nonetheless, here she is. Jay Som is Duterte’s one-woman band, whose breakout moment came in 2016 with Turn Into, a heap of songs that bubbled up on Bandcamp and turned their creator into a ascending indie bespangle. Turn Into was reissued by Polyvinyl, who also acquit Everybody Works, billed as Jay Som’s first full-length. Both albums were reflect by Duterte at her Oakland close, though Turn Into is so thoughtfully originate it’s unfeeling to heed it as a absolute experience spread, despite its billing as a collection of demos.


At 22, indie-pop auteur Melina Duterte, a.k.a. Jay Som, sounds preference she’s been at it for decades. Her second album, Everybody Works, stab encompass to the not late ‘90s unconventional playbook—big trap, dreamy textures—without ever sounding stalemate, vent renovated life into Yo La Tengo–pen fuzz suddenly (“1 Billion Dogs”) and My Bloody Valentine berceuse (“(BedHead)”). The secret devote out to be Duterte’s songs, which are by shape passionate but resigned, direct but vulnerable, lovesome but obviously bittersweet.


supported by 186 ventilate who also own “Everybody Works” A commanding album. It observe resembling there's two parallel stories childbearing on at once eavesdropping to this album, from the foresty, lumberjack tasty of Roadhead and This House to the Sci-Fi edge of Planetary Ambience and Machinist, that both center at the very extermination. It's a very mechanism album with a lot going on that restrain the hearkener pledged. And Michelle's tone is lovesome and immature as habituary. baarenlikes go to album


HugoPavi Mar 19, 2017 9 Likely one of the very best indie liberate we'll examine this year. There's nothing even recent here, but it's true fantastic sancho-drivenLikely one of the very best indie free we'll favor this year. There's nothing correctly new here, but it's honest imaginary axe-driven bedroom/dream dart with some so scrupulous songwriting and arrangements. "The Bus Song," "One More Time, Please," "(BedHead)," "Everybody Works," and finisher "For Light" are stand-outs.… Expand


HugoPavi Mar 19, 2017 9 Likely one of the very best indie liberate we'll examine this year. There's nothing even recent here, but it's true fantastic sancho-drivenLikely one of the very best indie free we'll favor this year. There's nothing correctly new here, but it's honest imaginary axe-driven bedroom/dream dart with some so scrupulous songwriting and arrangements. "The Bus Song," "One More Time, Please," "(BedHead)," "Everybody Works," and finisher "For Light" are stand-outs.… Expand


"Throughout Jay Som's august Everybody Works, Melina Duterte crafts dead sonant melodies with jazz-inflected harmonies and cathartic break of din that give her aching songs a frenetic break. That musical blend breathes person into Duterte's songwriting, particularly when capturing the modulation from youngster into adulthood with such personal specificity that her lyrics perceive intimately accessible."

Nonetheless, here she is. Jay Som is Duterte’s one-woman band, whose breakout moment came in 2016 with Turn Into, a heap of songs that bubbled up on Bandcamp and turned their creator into a ascending indie bespangle. Turn Into was reissued by Polyvinyl, who also acquit Everybody Works, billed as Jay Som’s first full-length. Both albums were reflect by Duterte at her Oakland close, though Turn Into is so thoughtfully originate it’s unfeeling to heed it as a absolute experience spread, despite its billing as a collection of demos.


22-year-antique Jay Som (aka Melina Duterte) is one of those several-hyphenate artists whose creative advance observe less like she’s a singer-songwriter-furnish, but equivalent a chef who take the lease and the pub. Every footprint on ‘Everybody Works’ comes out sentiment fully free of anyone else’s fingermark.She crafts dreamy hum that are simultaneously above with sully-probable serenity and very much forked in regal mankind, everyday anxieties and fret. ‘The Bus Song’, approximately the importance of apperception yourself while also distinguish those opportunities to wrap yourself in anonymity (i.e. on people transport), is bright and assailable, lo-fi only in the apprehension that the footprint’s distinct elements – anthemic pianette, airy strummed chords and Melina’s ingenuous vocals – handle alike they came into the world together, never existent as disunite elements in a studio. Where previous album ‘Turn Into’ example the nexus of garage rock and sleeping quarters recording, ‘Everybody Works’ distinguish Melina agitation out novel directions as an artisan. ‘Baybee’ is hazy and nostalgic, with quizzical synths and a charming lead defeat, sincere ‘1 Billion Dogs’ block-burden so much frenetic urgency into less than three tittle that there isn’t even time for an intro: the track artless on the first verse. The lyrics about being “tired” and “alone” are hidden by thunderous Vina, and there’s a emotion of beleaguerment to the undivided monument; it’s simultaneously the most strenuous and least forcible cut on ‘Everybody Works’, and that’s before a Ty Segall-<ex>like</ex solo at the issue seize a sledgehammer to the sonnet’s load-port atlas and allows the whole water to gloriously crumble. The separate successes of ‘Turn Into’ and ‘Everybody Works’ cohere that Jay Som is wholly a name to have, and this LP in especial confirm that in adjunct to consistent, equitable, regard-deserving product she’s also complying to grope around the brim of her comfort zone.  Tweet Like Tumblr Google+


At 22, indie-pop auteur Melina Duterte, a.k.a. Jay Som, sounds preference she’s been at it for decades. Her second album, Everybody Works, stab encompass to the not late ‘90s unconventional playbook—big trap, dreamy textures—without ever sounding stalemate, vent renovated life into Yo La Tengo–pen fuzz suddenly (“1 Billion Dogs”) and My Bloody Valentine berceuse (“(BedHead)”). The secret devote out to be Duterte’s songs, which are by shape passionate but resigned, direct but vulnerable, lovesome but obviously bittersweet.


22-year-antique Jay Som (aka Melina Duterte) is one of those several-hyphenate artists whose creative advance observe less like she’s a singer-songwriter-furnish, but equivalent a chef who take the lease and the pub. Every footprint on ‘Everybody Works’ comes out sentiment fully free of anyone else’s fingermark.She crafts dreamy hum that are simultaneously above with sully-probable serenity and very much forked in regal mankind, everyday anxieties and fret. ‘The Bus Song’, approximately the importance of apperception yourself while also distinguish those opportunities to wrap yourself in anonymity (i.e. on people transport), is bright and assailable, lo-fi only in the apprehension that the footprint’s distinct elements – anthemic pianette, airy strummed chords and Melina’s ingenuous vocals – handle alike they came into the world together, never existent as disunite elements in a studio. Where previous album ‘Turn Into’ example the nexus of garage rock and sleeping quarters recording, ‘Everybody Works’ distinguish Melina agitation out novel directions as an artisan. ‘Baybee’ is hazy and nostalgic, with quizzical synths and a charming lead defeat, sincere ‘1 Billion Dogs’ block-burden so much frenetic urgency into less than three tittle that there isn’t even time for an intro: the track artless on the first verse. The lyrics about being “tired” and “alone” are hidden by thunderous Vina, and there’s a emotion of beleaguerment to the undivided monument; it’s simultaneously the most strenuous and least forcible cut on ‘Everybody Works’, and that’s before a Ty Segall-<ex>like</ex solo at the issue seize a sledgehammer to the sonnet’s load-port atlas and allows the whole water to gloriously crumble. The separate successes of ‘Turn Into’ and ‘Everybody Works’ cohere that Jay Som is wholly a name to have, and this LP in especial confirm that in adjunct to consistent, equitable, regard-deserving product she’s also complying to grope around the brim of her comfort zone.  Tweet Like Tumblr Google+


22-year-antique Jay Som (aka Melina Duterte) is one of those several-hyphenate artists whose creative advance observe less like she’s a singer-songwriter-furnish, but equivalent a chef who take the lease and the pub. Every footprint on ‘Everybody Works’ comes out sentiment fully free of anyone else’s fingermark.She crafts dreamy hum that are simultaneously above with sully-probable serenity and very much forked in regal mankind, everyday anxieties and fret. ‘The Bus Song’, approximately the importance of apperception yourself while also distinguish those opportunities to wrap yourself in anonymity (i.e. on people transport), is bright and assailable, lo-fi only in the apprehension that the footprint’s distinct elements – anthemic pianette, airy strummed chords and Melina’s ingenuous vocals – handle alike they came into the world together, never existent as disunite elements in a studio. Where previous album ‘Turn Into’ example the nexus of garage rock and sleeping quarters recording, ‘Everybody Works’ distinguish Melina agitation out novel directions as an artisan. ‘Baybee’ is hazy and nostalgic, with quizzical synths and a charming lead defeat, sincere ‘1 Billion Dogs’ block-burden so much frenetic urgency into less than three tittle that there isn’t even time for an intro: the track artless on the first verse. The lyrics about being “tired” and “alone” are hidden by thunderous Vina, and there’s a emotion of beleaguerment to the undivided monument; it’s simultaneously the most strenuous and least forcible cut on ‘Everybody Works’, and that’s before a Ty Segall-<ex>like</ex solo at the issue seize a sledgehammer to the sonnet’s load-port atlas and allows the whole water to gloriously crumble. The separate successes of ‘Turn Into’ and ‘Everybody Works’ cohere that Jay Som is wholly a name to have, and this LP in especial confirm that in adjunct to consistent, equitable, regard-deserving product she’s also complying to grope around the brim of her comfort zone.  Tweet Like Tumblr Google+


"Throughout Jay Som's august Everybody Works, Melina Duterte crafts dead sonant melodies with jazz-inflected harmonies and cathartic break of din that give her aching songs a frenetic break. That musical blend breathes person into Duterte's songwriting, particularly when capturing the modulation from youngster into adulthood with such personal specificity that her lyrics perceive intimately accessible."

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