Owen Pallett: In Conflict





Multi-talented Canadian Pallett’s second album under his own name is an exceptional piece of work.

He’s a musician’s musician, with a CV of collaborations as long as your arm and In Conflict is pretty much undefinable, switching from touching piano-and-strings ballads to sweeping pop to  melodic techno with no   discernible drop in quality.

It’s likely to prove too intense for mainstream success but don’t let that put you off.

Like this? Try this: Daniel Avery, Drone Logic; Arcade Fire, Reflektor


By Andrew Greenhalgh
twitter: @adjgreenhalgh


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