The Los Angeles that Daniel Rosenboom illustrates on his latest album, Fallen Angeles, is a ghost. They’re portraits in spectral black and white, a collection of film noir images that unreel with barely contained vigor and explosive imagination.
There’s a lot to absorb here, both sonically and intellectually. Rosenboom is uncompromising in his artistic vision, refusing to settle for commercial accessibility. But the payoff is there on a creative level as Rosenboom has composed a record that challenges and thrills the senses, earning a significantly longer shelf life…
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