Album Review for ‘A Model of Modern Influence’ by The Even Ground

The good people of The Even Ground were kind enough to lend an ear to A Model of Modern Influence and reviewed it for their website.

Here’s a snippet from it:

Sometimes stillness and silence speak louder than a 10,000W air raid siren. Space, absence, vacuity, can even be essential to the proper function of an object. A room without doors and windows is just a concrete block. This is an apt metaphor for Nonbeliever’s music – its abstract beauty and mysterious reserve makes Manchester, UK musician Stephen Fairbanks’ sounds glow like neon through a fog bank, or a greyed rainbow. Its softness and subdued nature is bolder than 1000 pop records with perfectly executed press cycles.

Read the full review:

‘A Model of…’ Album review

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *