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Oscar - Cut And Paste Album

Oscar - Cut And Paste Album Performer: Oscar
Album: Cut And Paste
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 13 May 2016
Style: Indie Pop, Indie Rock
Label: Wichita Recordings
Genre: Rock / Pop
Catalog #: WEBB460LP
Size FLAC: 2712 mb.
Size MP3: 2080 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 688
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Pink Neon




Tracklist


1Good Things3:42
2Beautiful Words3:39
3Sometimes3:46
4Fifteen4:00
5Gone Forever3:40
6Feel It Too2:35
7Breaking My Phone2:43
8Only Friend (Feat. Marika Hackman)
Featuring – Marika Hackman
4:11
9Be Good2:54
10Daffodil Days2:59


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WEBB460CDPOscar Cut And Paste ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)WichitaWEBB460CDPEurope2016
WEBB460CDOscar Cut And Paste ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Wichita Recordings Ltd.WEBB460CDUS2016
WEBB460CDOscar Cut And Paste ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Wichita Recordings Ltd.WEBB460CDEurope2016


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Cut and Paste - Oscar Scheller. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2016 10 Songs. With a dad who was in early 80s one-hit-wonders The Regents, Oscar Scheller is genetically pre-disposed to the furiously catchy new wave of opener Sometimes. He cavorts through multiple styles on this debut though, splicing his lo-fi indie scratchiness with dub on Be Good and cajoling hip-hop rhythms, art-rock and melancholy together on Breaking My Phone. Bold, singalong melodies are the route into every song but its Schellers innocent romanticismparticularly on the lovesick Fifteen that makes Cut and Paste an enduring pleasure. Cut and Paste Oscar. Just in time for the summer, Oscar finally unleashes his long awaited debut Cut and Paste, it was certainly worth the wait It seems like weve been waiting for so long for Oscars album to finally be unleashed, having toured constantly last year winning over legions of fans with his summery pop. Cut and Paste is finally here for everyones delectation. After what has been an unsuitably miserable start to year, with snow in April, the weather seems to have obliged by hotting up nicely in anticipation of this hazy blissed out record. Following a string of singles for Brown Rice Records and Wichita, Oscar's aptly named debut album Cut and Paste celebrates his flair for pastiche. His freewheeling combinations and juxtapositions of indie pop, dub, hip-hop, synth pop, and Brit-pop recall the most musically omnivorous experimenters of the '90s, as well as contemporaries like Dinner and Tom Vek. Cut And Paste by Oscar Scheller, released 13 May 2016 1. Sometimes 2. Be Good 3. Feel It Too 4. Good Things 5. Only Friend feat Marika Hackman 6. Breaking My Phone 7. Daffodil Days 8. Fifteen 9. Beautiful Words 10. Despite the wide range of influences on display, the album is unified by Schellers beautiful baritone vocal and his keen ear for a melody. And although self-produced, the resulting album by no means contains the average lo-fi, crackly sound one might expect from someone tagged as a bedroom producer. Cut And Paste. After a string of rambunctious, critically acclaimed singles, Oscars debut long-player Cut And Paste arrives. The set features breakout singles Breaking My Phone, Beautiful Words, Sometimes, and a wide range of influences unified by Oscar Schellers beautiful baritone vocal and his keen ear for a melody. Self-produced then mixed via Ben Baptie Adele, Lianne La Havas, Albert Hammond Jr. Cut And Paste is the sound of a new musical prodigy well and truly and a more than worthy addition to the lineage of eccentric, classic British pop. Artist Site Released: M. Listen free to Oscar Cut and Paste Sometimes, Be Good and more. 10 tracks 33:52. Cut And Paste, released in 2016, is the debut album from Oscar. Immersed in music right from the start of his life, both at home his parents fronted the pop band The Regents, his father went on to produce early acid house records as well as in the musical hotpot that was his native North West London, Oscars Cut And Paste are a heady melange of the many musical styles Oscar Scheller absorbed growing. Oscar worked with drummer Aramis Gorriette and mixing engineer Ben Baptie, who enhanced the dub elements of the songs production. Cut and Paste Q&A. It is to be released on 13th May but you can pre-order it now at these fine retailers, and