March 2014 National Music Reviews

Review: Empty Flowers – The Air You Found

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Empty Flowers
The Air You Found
Redscroll Records
Street: 02.18
Empty Flowers = The Album Leaf + Tool / Tactical Sekt
It is not often that I hear traditional rock mixed with ambient electronic themes and can say I enjoy it. Empty Flowers showed me that the two can be beautifully united into an ocean of imagery. The subtle use of guitar and drums when combined with ethereal synth reminds me of walking alone in the desert watching the sunset and wondering where the path I am on will lead. This is truly a unique album that mixes rock, indie and industrial, and does so in a way where all elements shine through without sounding cluttered. For a unique experience regardless of your musical preference, give Empty Flowers’ The Air You Found a listen. –Seeth McGavien
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