Iezra | Digital Downpour

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Digital Downpour

by Iezra

Disparate loops, string sections stacked up against New Orleans brass, powerful vocals...hooks like the Killers, Mark Ronson-esque production, Beck-like genre jumping, with all the haunting beauty of a Broken Bells record.
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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1. This Road
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2. Antarctica
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3. Coming Home
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4. Ransom
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5. Trigger Finger
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6. Anarchy
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7. Midas Days
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8. Wolf in Me
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9. I Don't Feel It
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10. Turn up the Light
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
iEzra is a the solo project of Ezra Huleatt (Black Taxi) that see's him exploring a new musical space; one filled with disparate loops, hip hop drums, Morricone strings up against New Orleans brass. His latest album---Digital Downpour---highlights this clash of genres, resulting in songs that are biblical in proportion and mirror the movement of their production: sketches written in the deserts of New Mexico, fleshed out in Montauk basement sessions, and then recorded over a few months between NYC, Telluride and Tulum. The lyrics speak to the technologification of humanity, our stumble into a future of faster and better, the poetry of loss, of rage and optimism. The sound is an urban underbelly---all the grit, electricity, and lust---juxtaposed with a call to the wild, a whispered plea building to a disco tent revival, a mind caught between love and pain propped up on a heartbeat that refuses to go quietly.

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