Lookout Point - Nick Krgovich - The Hills

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  1. 'The Hills' is 12 tracks of analogue synths, intricate melodies, lush strings & slinking rhythms, as labyrinthine & intoxicating as the city that inspired it. The result is a companion piece to On Sunset that careens through ideas & sounds with invention to burn.
  2. –♦– Nick Krgovich’s album, On Sunset, was a brilliant debut from the longtime indie pop craftsman best known for his work with P:ano and No Kids. The blend of nocturnal soft rock, laid–back R&B, and insightful pop the likes of which would have been at home on Warner Bros. Records in the late ‘60s worked quite well and matched the song cycle about the denizens on the fringe of Hollywood perfectly.
  3. Track List [Disc 1] The Hills I Sunset Tower The Place Goes Quiet Backlot Detail Written in the Wind Rock's Detail [Disc 2] Mountain of Song PCH Detail Out of Work Jazz Singer Lookout Point Moon's Detail The Hills II Protection Each record is protected within .
  4. AllMusic Review by Tim Sendra [+] Nick Krgovich 's album, On Sunset, was a brilliant debut from the longtime indie pop craftsman best known for his work with P:ano and No Kids. The blend of nocturnal soft rock, laid-back R&B, and insightful pop the likes of which would have been at home on Warner Bros.8/
  5. The best songs on this release find Krgovich taking this jazzy orchestra-laden, ultra refined style into the ‘80s sophisti-pop space. These numbers include “Mountain Song,” “The Place Goes Quiet,” “Lookout Point,” and “Out Of Work Jazz Singer,” which have a distinct sophisti-pop vibe, but are not weighed down by the ‘80s sound.
  6. The album is called The Hills and features 12 new tracks from Krgovich. The album was recorded with Colin Stewart (Black Mountain) and mixed by John Collins (Destroyer, New Pornographers).
  7. Jan 11,  · Vancouver based multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Nicholas Krgovich shares “The Place Goes Quiet” – a warmhearted track inspired by the city of Los Angeles. Krgovich began writing “The Hills” in a snow-covered hut in the Rocky Mountains in the winter of , before taking to a relative’s lake house to write more.
  8. Nicholas Krgovich - Hills music MP3 album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.

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