Label: Kitsune Musique
Non-Airable Tracks: NONE
I wasn’t initially sure what to expect when I began playing this album. The fellow music-lovers at KAMP promised me it was going to be just “okay.” When I started listening though, I am not going to lie, I kind of dug it. It was funky and weird, and felt like one long song. After hearing it, I dubbed it as elevator funk. It was a unique collection of bops that really helped me concentrate on my homework, but it felt like a non-stop elevator up a swanky skyscraper in the 1980s. Overall, this album was a fun experience, and the creativity is definitely present in the making of it. If anything defines the character of this album, is the fact that the last track is just “credits–” the singer reads off names and roles of those who helped produce the album. If Vulfpeck was a bit more electronic and Daft-Punk-y, the Parcels would be the result.
Sounds Like: Vulfpeck, Daftpunk
Lightenup- DAFT PUNK/DISCO
Credits (feat. Dean Dawson)- just so humorous, reminded me of Conscious Club by Vulfpeck
Reviewer’s Name: Arielle Devorah
Date of Review: 8 November 2018