The review mostly focuses on my stay-at-home DIY ethic (which is true, it’s scary outside), here’s a snippet:
Thus, Nonbeliever makes some high quality pop music that occasionally moves to spaces of meditation and sound experiments. In this sense I understand Red Flags: the album represents Fairbanks’ search for his own sound and an exploration of possibilities offered by his home recording computer software. This does not mean that his music is unfinished. On the contrary, there are many different atmospheres introduced in this 12 track album.
You can read the full review of Red Flags by clicking here: Album Review: ‘Red Flags’ by Nonbeliever – The Snap Download