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3.05 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. You Are Safe Now, No One Is Going To Hurt You (Fireworks) (10:22)
2. Marie's Song (Congratulatory Edit) (8:15)
3. Wherever You May Be, I Hope At Least You're Happy (11:04)
4. Marie's Song (Strings) (8:26)
5. Celebration (12:44)

Line-up / Musicians

- Madison Asche / all instruments

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ALFHEIMR Celebration ratings distribution

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Review by The Truth
COLLABORATOR Post/Math Rock Team
3 stars This is a really cool record, post-rock reminiscent of that dreamy soundscape Sigur Ros and Explosions in the Sky do with a little bit different kick to it.

Although many will label this a mimic, this album is it's own thing and regardless of how it's labeled it is actually very unique and worthy of any post-rock fan's attention. My personal feelings on post-rock really make me enjoy this although others would call this sleep-worthy. I call it intense while others call it boring. It's all a matter of opinion, fans of post-rock would likely enjoy it.

I find it amazing that this is a one man project because of how dense the music is and how vivid the musical picture it creates is. Each track is dipped in a little bit of glacial atmosphere and the ending product is a very tight post-rock sound.

Alfheimr is definitely a project worth the post-rock fan's attention and would also be a good introduction to the genre of post-rock if one is needed.

3 solid stars.

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