Posts Tagged ‘Oh Woman Oh Man’

July 4, 2017
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I’m a bit peeved that I still haven’t received my copy of London Grammar’s latest album, and I’ve reached out to Amazon to inquire about the situation, but at least the UK trio’s new Oh Woman Oh Man remix EP is here to bring me an abundance of sonic bliss. The four track release can be streamed in full on Soundcloud, here. Aside from stacked remixes by Tiga, MK, and DC Breaks, the EP closes with this gorgeous remix by Brooklyn based producer Chrome Sparks, who blew me away when I caught him at SXSW earlier this year. Jeremy Malvin’s rendition of Oh Woman Oh Man is a glistening, rippling pool of sublime synthcore and ambient electronica. It’s a journey into the subconscious, an expansive and profound experience guided by Hannah Reid’s pristine voice. You can purchase London Grammar’s new album Truth Is A Beautiful Thing from their official store, here, or from iTunes, here. Heck, you might receive it before I do. I give you permission to gloat. 

April 21, 2017

This Friday continues to be a phenomenal new music day as London Grammar unveils a new taste from their sophomore album Truth Is A Beautiful Thing, which I’m so excited for I can’t even begin to describe how giddy I am. Oh Woman Oh Man is an evocative beauty. Hannah Reid’s flawless voice is a focal point, per usual, but Oh Woman Oh Man’s gentle trip hop and ethereal soaring production on the song are requisite partners in this intoxicating spree. Pre-order London Grammar’s album Truth Is A Beautiful Thing, here, ahead of its June 9th release via Ministry of Sound / Metal & Dust.