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Album Review: Seth Frightening - Don't You Worry (Heat Death)

Album Review: Seth Frightening - Don't You Worry (Heat Death)

Tuesday 18th December, 2012 9:00AM

Away from the structural elements, music is ultimately an emotional language; the primary emotion conveyed mostly dictates the shape a style or genre takes. Of late, and especially locally, folk-tinged music has tended towards an earnest delivery. The downside is that, at times, this can feel contrived and over-wrought and consequently off-putting to some. Fortunately, Seth Frightening has adroitly appropriated some of folk's finer tropes whilst side-stepping this potential pitfall with an approach that seems to disregard many genre restrictions and conventions. His new album Don't You Worry (Heat Death) conveys a sense of openness and honesty while drawing on an eclectic palette to deliver a work of compelling emotion and intriguing ingenuity.

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