Nick Mulvey – Wake Up Now (2017) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Nick Mulvey - Wake Up Now (2017) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Nick Mulvey
Album: Wake Up Now
Genre: Indie Folk
Release Date: 2017
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 51:19
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 1,06 GB


1-01. Nick Mulvey – Unconditional (03:44)
1-02. Nick Mulvey – Transform Your Game (We Remain) (06:16)
1-03. Nick Mulvey – Imogen (04:15)
1-04. Nick Mulvey – Myela (05:35)
1-05. Nick Mulvey – We Are Never Apart (04:34)
1-06. Nick Mulvey – Remembering (04:16)
1-07. Nick Mulvey – Mountain To Move (03:56)
1-08. Nick Mulvey – When The Body Is Gone (06:10)
1-09. Nick Mulvey – Lullaby (01:16)
1-10. Nick Mulvey – In Your Hands (07:09)
1-11. Nick Mulvey – Infinite Trees (04:02)


In 2014, Nick Mulvey launched his career with the album First Mind, after having dazzled as a part of the Portico Quartet, a bizarre jazz formation which was showered with awards between 2008 and 2014. This opus gave us a look at a fairly gifted songwriter, whose heart seems to hold a special place for folk. But this was a very singular folk, like that concocted by John Martyn or Nick Drake many years ago. And it was hardly a normal pop music – minimalist and repetitive (Glass?), sometimes risking bifurcations which are a long way from Western music (Mulvey studied music in Havana for a long time). The result was pretty bewildering, stunning and simply good… Three years later, we find a Nick Mulvey once again hungry for a diversity of sound. We traverse this Wake Up Now as if we were flicking through an atlas. The Latin American and African influences are never overpowering, but rather they subtly destabilise the structures of these compositions, be they pop or folk. They make a colourful fuel for these songs that deal with the refugee crisis as well as the simple joy of life.

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