Describing WaxFeet’s album, Blues and Pinks is hard; like narrating someone else’s dream. But listening to a dream in music form can be a thing of mysterious beauty, almost like watching it on a screen projected directly from the dreamer’s mind.
Blues and Pinks carries you through electro-acoustic wonderlands on lo-fi’s melodic wings. The songs are abstract in all the right ways – haunting, atmospheric, wondrous, and equally perplexing and captivating, regardless of where they fall on the minimalistic-complex and chilled out-intense spectrums.
This album is just meant for movies, especially films in the sci-fi realm or works that explore the mysteries and wonders of the psyche in any shape, form, and genre. Songs like “Nylon” instantly start conjuring up random visions of fateful scenes in which a character comes face to face with a revelation that reverberates all the way to the foundation of their soul and identity.