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OUT NOW: Sandro Perri’s <i>Soft Landing</i>
6 Sep 2019

OUT NOW: Sandro Perri’s Soft Landing

Today we celebrate the release of Sandro Perri's new album Soft Landing : a serene, beautifully detailed offering that's already being hailed as one of the best releases of Perri's extensive career.

Sandro Perri’s new album Soft Landing is officially out today, and it’s already receiving widespread praise for its languorous ’70s vibe and brilliant production. It’s blissful and unhurried, with a spotlight on Perri’s deft guitar lines and their ability to effortlessly carve through the lush instrumental accompaniment. Hear Soft Landing now and order the album on your choice of formats via our website or Bandcamp:

 

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6 Sep 2019

OUT NOW: Sandro Perri’s Soft Landing

Today we celebrate the release of Sandro Perri's new album Soft Landing : a serene, beautifully detailed offering that's already being hailed as one of the best releases of Perri's extensive career.

"Possibly one of the best he has recorded so far in his career… This should be somewhere at the top of the best of the year in a few months’ time." – Soundblab (10/10)

"Some of the sweetest music in the label’s history." – The Wire

"Toronto producer forgoes avant-electronics for guitar on gently cosmic balladry à la Astral Weeks/Mickey Newbury/Peter Green. Meditative Time (You Got Me) sets the pace: a gently rambling rumination twinkling with congas, shakers and bird-like flute." – MOJO

"Sandro Perri is not a musician in a hurry. The title track from last year’s In Another Life, with its strong echoes of Arthur Russell, unspooled over the course of 25 gorgeous minutes. Here, “Time (You Got Me)” is similarly languorous, gently tickling the ears for at least 10 minutes after Perri stops singing. The rest of Soft Landing’s songs are more conventional, with “Back On Love” even tracing a suave Brill Building melody, although all are set adrift on ripples of eddying guitar and lazy tropical percussion. In an angry, impatient world it takes real dedication to carve out space for music this blissful." – UNCUT

"Arguably more concise than its predecessor, the album feels like a culmination of Perri’s work from the past decade, and beyond, extending to some of the more lo-fi hushed folk of his earlier work… Perri reaches near pop perfection on the lounge-funk number “Wrong About the Rain,” which grooves and ruminates in harmony." – Aquarium Drunkard

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