Mild High Club   Going Going Gone
3.4
great
Release Date: 2021
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4.5 superbajcollins15 | September 22nd 21

Sometimes I feel I only love albums that are emotionally potent or extremely experimental, but I do love some smooth, mellow, and hazy music as well. This third album from the band is exactly that and more. Honestly, I never quite understand the hate of Mild High Club because they are one of the few modern Jazz Pop outfits that create such a rich atmosphere without losing the easy-breezy nature of the sound. Take the first full track ?Dionysian State?, a psychedelic jazz-pop song with great performances, an exquisite saxophone solo, and some great piano playing. This album is littered with sonic gems and memorable melodies that it?s impossible not to bop your head to it.

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4.5 superbConmaniac | September 30th 21

this is off the charts impressive, the jazz fusion going on here will stun any fan of the genre despite how short most these songs are. Definitely a little sporadic but for a psych rock band that hasn?t shown too many signs of this style I am truly appalled. psych jazz with a sprinkle of idm

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3.5 greatNorthernSkylark | September 17th 21

Uplifting elevator jazz fusion with psych pop leanings. Let’s get gone already.

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3.0 goodOdeToOverstreet | April 1st 22
2.5 averageatmoneckbeard sludge, noirtronica, cookie monster, crescendos etc. | January 6th 22
4.5 superbfinanime2021 | December 17th 21
4.5 superbOobaloo | November 20th 21
2.5 averageLuna | November 15th 21
2.5 averageBlushfulHippocrene STAFF | November 4th 21
2.0 poorThuckabe | September 21st 21
3.0 goodFuzzyThoughts | September 20th 21
3.5 greatRivalSkoomaDealer | September 20th 21
4.0 excellentbuttgrinder | September 20th 21

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