Otto A Totland   Pino
Release Date: 01/2014

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4.5 superbAlexTM510 | October 13th 14

Pino is one of those records that you can listen to wherever you go, and completely
sink into it's piano abyss. The compositions here are simple and minimal, but hit a
striking balance that is both melancholy yet relaxing. I could attempt to pull apart
different aspects of the album, however the minimally recorded 18-tracks
runs together under 44 minutes like one long piano track that hardly breaks beyond its
piano-soft dynamics (even the slightly bouncy Jonas remains submerged in it's quiet
acoustics and reverb). Instead, Pino is better described from how you personally
experience it. For myself, it's an album that allows you to enter it's world, and it doesn't
judge you for who are. It's a record that will keep you company wherever you go, provide you
comfort in it's warmth, expressing itself through it's soft-clicking keys as if it were
saying "relax, sit down, and breathe."


4.5 superbGreem | August 3rd 17
4.5 superbniaL | December 15th 16
5.0 classicRMUSIC23 | September 8th 14

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