Nathaniel Sutton cannot be pinpointed. His overall vibe is electronic, similar to Chromeo, with a hint of mellow-rock intertwined with lengthy, rural, harmonica pieces. He manages to create catchy songs that you can’t help but repeat over and over in your head, while still maintaining credibility as a fantastic lyricist.

While I appreciate the majority of the album, it seems to lose the catchy and attractive sound found at its beginning. This isn’t to say that the remaining two-thirds of the album is bad; it just simply isn’t as good.

Grade: C


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