Rodney Cromwell's Uplifting Synth Pop
Huffington Post - about 1 year
I was glad to receive some upbeat music in the face of the present
moment's constant, relentless stream of bad news. "Rodney Cromwell"
aka Adam Creswell created a tight group of retro synth-pop songs which
slapped a smile on my face, despite all the anxiety pressing down upon
humanity. This music feels like a necessary antidote, a placebo
perhaps, but I don't care. I'm glad to be smothered in joyful
synth-pop, and I imagine you will be too. His new lo-fi disco laments
are joyfully simple and painfully funny. 'Fax Message Breakup' EP
released last week, following up his debut 'Age of Anxiety' LP and
'Black Dog' EP.
He reveals the inspiration behind five key tracks from his output here:
Barry Was an Arms Dealer (from the album 'Age of Anxiety')
Inspired by a friend who suffered from severe paranoid delusions. His
delusions were not of 'reds under the bed' but more the sort of
far-left paranoid assertions that if you are not growing your own
organic mung beans, doi...
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