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|3.5 great||TheManMachine | March 10th 18|
Ezra's eclecticism is both a quirk and a curse, his pen and scene-setting tend to fold to trembly self-focused theatrics and platitudes -- but there's a life-affirming urgency and raggedy runaway backdrop that give this detailed departure a rather rousing oomph. Hitting the open road and evading authorities alongside a celestial hospital escapee with no plan other than living as free-ass freaks functions as a prominent thread; and what it lacks in denouement it makes up for with detours towards introspection and nostalgia. Stylistic grab-bag and sporadic arrangements give it spice; even if it means going from buzzy wailin' to doo-wop worship to sour western to conceivable showtunes. Mope about a maid sweeping up his ~very significant~ breakfast remnants he may, but dig the ingenuity of involving "Thin Mints" and "Winstons" in losing his "innocence" to "Vincent".
|5.0 classic||Cifirni | February 18th 18|
Really dig this. Got some good vibes going on, strong presentation, from both instrumental and vocals and it?s got a good backstory. Strongest entry yet from Ezra.
|4.5 superb||ghworin | January 25th 19|
|4.0 excellent||neekafat CONTRIBUTOR | January 16th 19|
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