The Magnetic Pull | Anhedonia

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by The Magnetic Pull

The first full-length album from electro-rock band The Magnetic Pull of Syracuse, NY.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Consumer
18:14 $2.00
2. Rubicon
10:55 $1.00
3. The Silence and the Space
5:28 $0.50
4. Cause & Effect
5:00 $0.50
5. Gabriella the Wise
4:39 $0.50
6. Audition For Your Freedom
4:52 $0.50
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M.L. Downey

A promising first effort . . . and a moving cover picture
An issue with post rock bands is that since many eschew vocals, the melodies and instrumental interplay – good songs -- are crucial to a group creating a singular sound. It’s too easy to sound like everyone else in the field. The Magnetic Pull out of Syracuse, New York show great promise in rising above the many. On their first recording “Anhedonia,” the quartet is plenty competent at its instruments – keyboards, synth, piano, bass, drums, percussion, and guitar (with one member credited only with digital/analog manipulation). There are some quality moments on the six-tune disc. The 18-minute “Consumer” is affecting enough with its jazz piano-driven riff, but the much-shorter “The Silence and the Space” is much more effective in creating genuine emotion, undoubtedly enhanced by the choral elements and excerpts from a John Kennedy speech. Also more successful is the focused “Gabriella the Wise” with its fuzzed-up washes of guitar noise. Overall, “Anhedonia” is a good first effort.