Thursday April 02, 2015
From Rolling Stone
Renovated Apartments, Following Föllakzoid, & More
By: Dave DiMartino
David Lyttle: Faces (Lyte Recordings) Must pay respects to one of the best, most polished albums I’ve heard this year: Irish multi-instrumentalist Lyttle has crafted an immensely listenable, genre-spanning set mixing jazz, R&B and a host of voices including Talib Kweli and Cleveland Watkiss, and the marvelous saxwork of Joe Lovano. The arrangements and flow are sophisticated and sharp, the commercial polish at times recalls, of all things, the sophisticated, poppish air of “Ai No Corrida,” and it is one of the best, robust listening experiences you’re likely to have all year. Recommended, and available here.
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