Mr.Kitty - TIME
Synthpop, New Wave It seems like everything Mr. Kitty touch becomes gold. Trying to find his way with the debut album 'DEATH', found perfection in the second album 'ETERNITY' and followed up with pure gold with 'LIFE', which also ended up at the amazing #2 in our Album of the Year countdown of 2013. With the fourth album 'TIME', my expectations where sky high and that is a very, very dangerous thing. However, it seems that Mr. Kitty have never even learned about failure as a little fluffy newborn Kitty.

With 'TIME', it mixes the more harsh sound known from 'DEATH' with the more synthpop sound from 'LIFE'. Creating a perfect blend and mix of sounds. Creating an album of 15 tracks where you never skip and never get tired of a track (and notice the nice flow of track name length as well) is simply quite out of this world.

'TIME' became the soundtrack of my summer of 2014. It was what we listened to in the car when we traveled to the other side of Sweden to visit my parents, it was the soundtrack for when we went out looking at houses for sale and dreaming about the future and it was the soundtrack for the countless hours I spent working on my different projects. This album wanted my summer and I gave it away freely, I would not have it any other way.

It's hard for me to write a lengthy review about this album. I don't know why, I guess there's actually not that much to say about it since I love every bits and pieces of it.

After spending the weekend on a festival where I felt most of the band felt old and tired, there's a few artists that always keep me on my toes, continue to evolve the genre and create awesome music out of nothing but hopes, dreams and a few tears. Mr. Kitty is absolutely one of them, together with Trust, Henric de la Cour, Kite and Legend.

In our internal magazine vote for Album of the Year countdown for 2013, I gave maximum points to Mr. Kitty's album 'LIFE'. With only a few months left until it's time again, I feel it happening again with this piece of art.

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Brutal Resonance

Mr.Kitty - TIME

It seems like everything Mr. Kitty touch becomes gold. Trying to find his way with the debut album 'DEATH', found perfection in the second album 'ETERNITY' and followed up with pure gold with 'LIFE', which also ended up at the amazing #2 in our Album of the Year countdown of 2013. With the fourth album 'TIME', my expectations where sky high and that is a very, very dangerous thing. However, it seems that Mr. Kitty have never even learned about failure as a little fluffy newborn Kitty.

With 'TIME', it mixes the more harsh sound known from 'DEATH' with the more synthpop sound from 'LIFE'. Creating a perfect blend and mix of sounds. Creating an album of 15 tracks where you never skip and never get tired of a track (and notice the nice flow of track name length as well) is simply quite out of this world.

'TIME' became the soundtrack of my summer of 2014. It was what we listened to in the car when we traveled to the other side of Sweden to visit my parents, it was the soundtrack for when we went out looking at houses for sale and dreaming about the future and it was the soundtrack for the countless hours I spent working on my different projects. This album wanted my summer and I gave it away freely, I would not have it any other way.

It's hard for me to write a lengthy review about this album. I don't know why, I guess there's actually not that much to say about it since I love every bits and pieces of it.

After spending the weekend on a festival where I felt most of the band felt old and tired, there's a few artists that always keep me on my toes, continue to evolve the genre and create awesome music out of nothing but hopes, dreams and a few tears. Mr. Kitty is absolutely one of them, together with Trust, Henric de la Cour, Kite and Legend.

In our internal magazine vote for Album of the Year countdown for 2013, I gave maximum points to Mr. Kitty's album 'LIFE'. With only a few months left until it's time again, I feel it happening again with this piece of art.

Sep 03 2014

Patrik Lindström

info@brutalresonance.com
Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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