Holiday - The Magnetic Fields

Holiday - The Magnetic Fields

I'm very fond of The Magnetic Fields, and this particular release has some of my favourite songs, and the album is fantastic as a whole. Stephin Merritt's talent truly shines in the arrangement and his deep voice resonating in many of the songs. Originally released in 1994, this is a reissue from Merge Records, and a great way to acquaint yourself with The Magnetic Fields before splurging on '69 Love Songs.'

  • Yes, another recommendation for The Clientele! Released in 2003, this album is a continuation of the moody, melancholy dream pop seen in their eps, culminating in this first full-length album. Truly beautiful, the soft delivery ... Yes, another recommendation for The Clientele! Released in 2003, this album is a continuation of the moody, melancholy dream pop seen in their eps, culminating in this first full-length album. Truly beautiful, the soft delivery of Alasdair MacLean combined with the gentle melodies make 'The Violet Hour' a prime soundtrack for looking out a window and doing some people-watching with a glass of Scotch. Or perhaps for a bit of reminiscing with that same glass of Scotch.