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Troth // Forget The Curse LP

Troth // Forget The Curse LP

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Australian electronic pop duo Troth, who have released from Not Not Fun and others in the past, will launch a Swedish experimental pop label in January 2023.A record released on Mammas Mysteriska Jukebox.

Contains 90 leftfield electronic pop tracks influenced by 8's trip hop. Comes with DL code.

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Includes DL code.

Troth are Amelia Besseny and Cooper Bowman

Saxophone on Forget The Curse and Iben contributed by Anna Langdon
Written and recorded in Mulubinba / Newcastle, Australia 2022-2023
Mastered by Mikey Young

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Review by Review by --Shaun Prescott
Katoomba, 2023:

"Troth is unknown colors, mist-soaked dreamscapes, strange misshapen cities belonging to forgotten lands. Troth is also a pop duo, though not of the kind nowadays subjugated by the algorithm. Forget the Curse is the group's best demonstration yet that somewhere in the murky fields between song and sound, there is a lot of untilled soil.

There are elements from previous recordings here: the diaphanous synth-pop of Oak Corridor; the bleary hypnagogic ambience of Flaws in the Glass and Small Movements in Radiance. that skirts the fringes of dour folk, glistening candle-lit pop, sublime atmospherics, and even a haunting dalliance with groggy downtempo mid-'90s trip-hop. wide and often surprising: Looped piano, spectral reverberated saxophone, burnished synth basslines, and a whole lot more that's unrecognizable.

While intrepid in spirit, Troth is also marked by an intimacy born of the duo's flair for leaving so much space in their productions. Forget the Curse sounds as if transmitted from a great distance, but like the dream logic it so often resembles, there are moments of startling clarity amid the fug. The flowing pop of Valley of Palms and Amarant offer oblique perspectives on familiar forms, elevated by Amelia Besseny's celestial vocals. Meanwhile, Nettles Silver Lining and Days Become a Circle feel like waking in the night to a familiar , yet strangely-lit room.

Forget the Curse comes with the mood of a new beginning for Troth. But if the Newcastle group's history is any indication, the next record will feel like a new beginning too. It's best to save this moment while it lasts."
 

Artist: Troth

Label : Mammas Mysteriska Jukebox

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Australian electronic pop duo Troth, who have released from Not Not Fun and others in the past, will launch a Swedish experimental pop label in January 2023.A record released on Mammas Mysteriska Jukebox.

Contains 90 leftfield electronic pop tracks influenced by 8's trip hop. Comes with DL code.

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Includes DL code.

Troth are Amelia Besseny and Cooper Bowman

Saxophone on Forget The Curse and Iben contributed by Anna Langdon
Written and recorded in Mulubinba / Newcastle, Australia 2022-2023
Mastered by Mikey Young

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Review by Review by --Shaun Prescott
Katoomba, 2023:

"Troth is unknown colors, mist-soaked dreamscapes, strange misshapen cities belonging to forgotten lands. Troth is also a pop duo, though not of the kind nowadays subjugated by the algorithm. Forget the Curse is the group's best demonstration yet that somewhere in the murky fields between song and sound, there is a lot of untilled soil.

There are elements from previous recordings here: the diaphanous synth-pop of Oak Corridor; the bleary hypnagogic ambience of Flaws in the Glass and Small Movements in Radiance. that skirts the fringes of dour folk, glistening candle-lit pop, sublime atmospherics, and even a haunting dalliance with groggy downtempo mid-'90s trip-hop. wide and often surprising: Looped piano, spectral reverberated saxophone, burnished synth basslines, and a whole lot more that's unrecognizable.

While intrepid in spirit, Troth is also marked by an intimacy born of the duo's flair for leaving so much space in their productions. Forget the Curse sounds as if transmitted from a great distance, but like the dream logic it so often resembles, there are moments of startling clarity amid the fug. The flowing pop of Valley of Palms and Amarant offer oblique perspectives on familiar forms, elevated by Amelia Besseny's celestial vocals. Meanwhile, Nettles Silver Lining and Days Become a Circle feel like waking in the night to a familiar , yet strangely-lit room.

Forget the Curse comes with the mood of a new beginning for Troth. But if the Newcastle group's history is any indication, the next record will feel like a new beginning too. It's best to save this moment while it lasts."
 

Artist: Troth

Label : Mammas Mysteriska Jukebox