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9 thoughts on “ Goldmine - Kimbra - The Golden Echo (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Dilmaran says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Golden Echo on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Test Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Pop • Style: Indie Pop4/5(1).
  2. Tygozil says:
    An album that just becomes more engaging with time, The Golden Echo lives up to its name: it refashions the best of what came before it into something alluringly modern and a .
  3. The Golden Echo continues on that diverse angle, inspired by the likes of Bjork, Prince and Minnie Riperton. She opens the album with a seductive little piece of synth pop called “Teen Heat,” which builds from a whisper to a scream at the drop of a hat but still maintains some restraint, coming off as a more tasteful alternative to someone like Florence + The Machine (or even her compatriot, Lorde). “90s .
  4. Arashinris says:
    But they threw a curveball: Kimbra has a guest verse as the girl in the fight that gives the song a whole new level of complexity(for indie pop). 2 years later, the singer that put the Number one song of over the edge has now released a great indie pop LP The Golden Echo. To put this short: This is, as the title describes, truly a golden echo.
  5. An album that just becomes more engaging with time, The Golden Echo lives up to its name: it refashions the best of what came before it into something alluringly modern and a lot of fun. [Golden Echo was also released on LP and included a free download of the album.] Track Listing - Disc 1.
  6. It’s a tricky combination, but Kimbra pulls it off by balancing laid-back cool with fierceness, much like she did in her memorable turn on Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know.” That confidence delivery goes a long way in selling Kimbra’s genre-blending ways, making Vows a thrilling pop ride.
  7. Diramar says:
    " Goldmine " is a song co-written, co-produced and performed by New Zealand recording artist Kimbra, issued as the third single from her second studio album The Golden Echo.
  8. Fauramar says:
    Kimbra s 2nd album The Golden Echo is ambitious, sophisticated, and complex, just like its creator. The Golden Echo was produced by Rich Costey who has been on her dream list of /5(89).
  9. Mezimuro says:
    Aug 11,  · Fortunately, as always, Kimbra delivered. I like pretty much every song on the album. While some of the songs on The Golden Echo are easier to point out as singles, I don't really feel that there are any throw-aways or filler songs. I'm happy listening to the album from start to finish/5(89).

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