Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Fink it's good


SORT Of Revolution, the fourth album from singer and songwriter Fink, is part of a continuing campaign to quietly plough his own furrow - after all he is now Ninja Tune's sole singer songwriter act, less than a decade after the label signed him up as a trip hop producer.
And I have to say I'm glad he made the switch.
Each track here by Fink, real name Finian Greenall, is a mini-masterpiece.
Classical strings soak lo-fi indie strummers laced with chilled out dub grooves throughout.
The tracks sound like a mix of D'Angelo's laid back approach with a Jose Gonzalez knack for subtle beauty and a reined-in Jeff Buckley-emotion to his vocals.
Buying Fink? It's a no-brainer.

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