Milosh You Make Me Feel
You Make Me Feel might be the first album to meld neo-soul with click-hop. On […]
You Make Me Feel might be the first album to meld neo-soul with click-hop. On “Time Steals the Day” and “The Sky Is Grey,” crunchy bit-maps and rich melodic pulses stand in for next-century 2-step while Milosh sings like Craig David on quaaludes. Most of the record continues in this vein, with rain noises and windshield-wiper sounds comprising a melancholy backdrop for brooding, buried vocal swaths. Elsewhere, tonal instrumental numbers-“Push,” “Creepy”-create miniscule worlds where baroque music box figurines slowly whirl. This album is beautifully haunting, and, true to its title, full of feeling.